The “ordinary” ministers at Mass are the ordained clergy. The Diocese allows extraordinary ministers to help the clergy distribute Holy Communion.
To become a communion minister you must have already received the sacrament of Confirmation. Communion Ministers must have a firm belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and show proper reverence.
Communion ministers must be able to dress appropriately as follows:
Slacks, Dress shoes and socks, belt, collared shirt, jacket and tie are encouraged.
Nice slacks and shirt/blouse (or) Skirt (of modest length) and shirt/blouse (or) Dress of modest style and length
No jeans, No shorts, No t-shirts, No tennis shoes, No flip-flop sandals, No beach attire.
Back, shoulders, midriffs, and undergarments should be covered.
Communion ministers are also required to cleanse the vessels after Mass.
How to Get Involved
If you are interested in this ministry please call 619-445-2145 and speak with Sandy. Or you can email her: email@example.com. You may also fill out the form on the left.
You will receive training, and you can be scheduled for the Mass time your family normally attends.