To help our Eucharistic Liturgy truly be a work of the people,
dedicated men and woman come forward to help in the distribution of communion
and stand as an outward sign of our baptismal calling to serve.
Mission and Purpose
They are dedicated to serving Christ through bringing “food for the journey” to our community at Mass, to the sick and homebound. In turn, they are blessed through the revelation of Christ's presence in each person with whom we share the Eucharist. Eucharistic Ministers are assigned two or three times a month at the parishioners preferred Mass. Holy Days and Seasonal Masses are by sign up.
There is a one-day diocesan training for new Eucharistic Ministers, which is offered twice a year. There is also an in parish training to familiarize new EM's with liturgical procedures in our parish.
A Eucharistic Minister must be a confirmed Catholic at least sixteen years old and willing to be immersed in the life of the parish.
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