EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER OF THE EUCHARIST

 

 MINISTRY LEAD:  Candas Konop, 715-577-9597

 MISSION:   From the Bishops’ Committee on the Liturgy Newsletter, October 2002

While extraordinary ministers may never distribute Holy Communion in the place of priests and deacons, their ministry is often needed to facilitate the distribution of Holy Communion “when the size of the congregation or the incapacity of the bishop, priest, or deacon requires it.” (Norms for the Distribution and Reception of Holy Communion under Both Kinds [Norms], no. 28) All should be grateful for the exemplary ministry provided by so many Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion throughout the dioceses of the United States of America.

INFORMATION FOR THIS MINISTRY:  As an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, you assist the priest in distributing communion.  Training is provided for new Eucharistic Ministers.  Must be a confirmed Catholic with a good Christian reputation.  We are also in need of people willing to take communion to the home-bound and ill.

MINISTRY NEEDS: 

·       Each Mass requires six Eucharistic Ministers

·       Keep your commitments

If you are interested in this ministry, please contact Candas Konop @715-577-9597.   Thanks in advance for your generous support to this ministry.