Ministers of Holy Communion

Members of the Parish who have completed the sacraments of Baptism, First Eucharist, and Confirmation can become Ministers of Holy Communion after a short training session. They help the priest and deacon who are the ordinary ministers of this sacrament during the Holy Communion. A Minister of Holy Communion, also known as an extraordinary minister, becomes a privileged member of the church that administers the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ during the Liturgy or while visiting the sick, elderly, or homebound.

For more information, contact the parish office at (618) 656-6450.

Click here for Minister of Holy Communion guidelines