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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
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"Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day. For my flesh is true food, and my blood is true drink. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him."  John 6:54~56

Eucharistic Ministers

Our purpose is we strive to reverently distribute the Body and Blood of Christ to our parish community at all parish Masses.  

There are group meetings about once a year.  The meetings are usually held in Church.  Our group meetings are usually an evening of reflection to strengthen our commitment and deepen our knowledge.  

An ideal candidate for this ministry should have a love of the Eucharist, have regular prayer and Mass attendance, and be reverent.  You may start training to be a Eucharistic minister toward the end of 8th grade.

Training for this ministry involves going to a Vicariate training session, to provide the general background, and then a one time parish level training to review specific directions.

Time commitment for this ministry is a commitment to serve at Mass as scheduled, every 2-3 weeks, and to attend a yearly meeting. 

 

Fr. says...
Being involved in this ministry makes me feel good because we are able to share the Body and Blood of Christ with our parish family.  My best moment is any of the tri-lingual liturgies where we all participate equally in the Eucharist. 

 

 

"Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day. For my flesh is true food, and my blood is true drink. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him."  John 6:54~56

Eucharistic Ministers

Our purpose is we strive to reverently distribute the Body and Blood of Christ to our parish community at all parish Masses.  

There are group meetings about once a year.  The meetings are usually held in Church.  Our group meetings are usually an evening of reflection to strengthen our commitment and deepen our knowledge.  

An ideal candidate for this ministry should have a love of the Eucharist, have regular prayer and Mass attendance, and be reverent.  You may start training to be a Eucharistic minister toward the end of 8th grade.

Training for this ministry involves going to a Vicariate training session, to provide the general background, and then a one time parish level training to review specific directions.

Time commitment for this ministry is a commitment to serve at Mass as scheduled, every 2-3 weeks, and to attend a yearly meeting. 

 

Fr. says...
Being involved in this ministry makes me feel good because we are able to share the Body and Blood of Christ with our parish family.  My best moment is any of the tri-lingual liturgies where we all participate equally in the Eucharist. 

 

 

Volunteers

eucharistic ministers

 

Is God Calling You Here?

Contact Judy Vuich at 847-526-2400 x225
if you are inspired
to join us.

eucharistic ministers

 

Is God Calling You Here?

Contact Judy Vuich at 847-526-2400 x225
if you are inspired
to join us.

  

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