Liturgy

The Liturgy Committee serves the community in its communal prayer by providing for the planning of the celebration of liturgies and services, the training of new liturgical ministers and ongoing formation of all liturgical ministers at the annual Liturgical Ministers’ Day.  The committee is concerned with education in liturgy and the coordination of all elements of the liturgical life of Curé d’Ars.  The Liturgy Committee has nine appointed members.  Members serve a three-year term and the terms are staggered.  The committee elects its chair and vice chair.

The Liturgy Committee serves the community in its communal prayer by providing for the planning of the celebration of liturgies and services, the training of new liturgical ministers and ongoing formation of all liturgical ministers. The committee is also concerned with education in liturgy and the coordination of all elements of the liturgical life of Cure d’ Ars.

Cure d’Ars is known in town as one the parishes where the celebration of the Holy Mass is warm and moving; especially when the Gospel music is involved. Come and celebrate with our friendly community.

Liturgical Ministers at Curé d’ Ars are Catholic Christians striving, in their lives, to be living witnesses of Jesus Christ and are called by God, in their liturgical roles, to bring about in the faithful a participation in body and spirit that is conscious, active, full and motivated by faith, hope and charity.

Liturgical Ministers are to be committed to continuous study, reverent fulfillment of liturgical duties and service to Curé d’ Ars family when convenient and inconvenient, and are to always be people of prayer for and with the community of Curé d’ Ars

 (Adopted by Liturgical Ministers at the September 10, 1994 workshop.)