Lay Eucharistic Ministers assist the priest with the distribution of Communion to the faithful. They may be designated to distribute Holy Communion at Mass or bring Holy Communion to the sick or homebound. To become a Eucharistic Minister, an individual must be a practicing Catholic who has received the Sacrament of Confirmation and has a deep belief for Christ's presence in the Eucharist.
Instruction and practical training are provided prior to being commissioned by the Pastor. Ministers are scheduled on a monthly basis in accordance with their regular attendance at Mass. Ministers are always needed for weekend liturgies. If interested, please contact the rectory.