The Second Vatican Council established the Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist to assist priests and deacons in distributing the Precious Body and Blood of Christ to the faithful during Mass and to reach out to those who are ill, hospitalized or homebound. What a great honor it is for a Catholic to have the opportunity to share the Blessed Sacrament with fellow Catholics. Eucharistic Ministers perform Corporal Works of mercy by visiting those who are ill and Spiritual Works of mercy by praying for, and with, those to whom they minister.This ministry requires a strong commitment to Christ and to the Church as evidenced by a life lived in conformity with all that the Church teaches. As the Parish grows, so does the need for Eucharistic Ministers. If you have a desire to serve the Lord and your fellow parishioners by becoming a Eucharistic Minister, please call the Parish. Training will be provided and a mandate given after the training.
Please call Fr. Simon or Deacon Clarence at (303) 322-1119 if you would like to become a Eucharistic Minister or have questions.