One of our greatest gifts of being Catholic is being able to receive the body and blood of Christ.
Our Ministers of the Holy Communion are 31 strong, run by the hand of Michele Esposito. The group does not have regularly scheduled meetings, but are planning to start this year. Michele makes a schedule and sends the ministers a copy so they know when they are needed. The schedule also takes your schedule into consideration. The schedule goes out five times a year.
If you would like to become a minister of the Holy Communion you will need to contact Michele or one of our parish priests. You will also need to take a one day diocesan course, which is offered 4 times a year.
This is a great gift, don’t miss this opportunity to be the one to share it with your parish community.