All ministries, except Mass Technician will also be trained for the Spanish Mass for those who wish to serve in that capacity.
Nancy DeMatteo & Diana Villatoro (Sp)
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC)
This ministry is comprised of those parishioners that have a desire to serve through using their technological talents. They will be trained to set-up and run all facets of the audio and visual components used during Mass and Live Stream liturgical events.
Mark Votsmeir & Eduardo Miranda (Sp)
The Sacristan supervises the set-up for Daily and Weekend Masses. They are responsible for the set-up and physical arrangement of the Liturgy. The Sacristan must have previous experience in liturgical ministries and show personal maturity in faith.
Vacant & Alessandra Vizzani (Sp)
Lectors proclaim the Word of God at Mass so as to bring alive the scriptures in the hearts of the faithful gathered. Training is provided and required throughout the year.
Joey Detiveaux & Carlos Crane (Sp)
Ushers assist parishioners/visitors before, during, and after Mass. They are welcoming faces that efficiently help with seating in pews, distributing collection baskets, and passing out the bulletins after Mass. Ushers must be at least 16 years old.
The Adult Altar Server ministry is opened to those who have completed the Sacrament of Confirmation and are at least 18 years of age. The Adult Server assists during Mass. Training is provided several times a year and per request.
The Instituted Acolyte is appointed to assist the deacon and serve the priest in the celebration of the liturgy. He is an extraordinary minister of Holy Communion serving only when sufficient ordinary ministers are not available. Instituted Acolytes, as necessary, may also assist with the formation of other ministers who assist at the altar. Because these ministers are dedicated to service at the altar, they should strive to learn all they can about public divine worship and strive to grasp its inner spiritual meaning. A primary responsibility is to assist with the purification of vessels used in the distribution of Holy Communion. Training for this ministry is done through the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.
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