Altar Servers

Who: Girls and boys in grades 4 through 12 are welcome to volunteer as altar servers.

What: Altar servers assist the clergy at Sunday and weekday Masses and at other liturgical functions.

When: Training is offered twice a year, in the fall and the spring.

Interested? Please contact Fr Andrew DeFusco if interested.

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist

Who: Adults who have received first Communion, been confirmed, and are practicing Catholics.

What: Honor Christ by distributing Holy Communion at Sunday and weekday Masses.

When: Training is offered periodically throughout the year.

Interested? Please contact the Parish Office if interested.

Greeters

Who: Adults, children and families of our parish can greet parishioners at the doors of the Cathedral.

What: Greet folks as they enter the Cathedral, and share a friendly smile!

When: The time commitment is only once a month, 15 minutes before Mass begins, at the Mass of your choice.

Interested? Please contact the Parish Office if interested.

Lectors

Who and what: If you can communicate a sense of prayerfulness and reverence, if you are a daily reader of scripture, and if you are an effective public speaker, you are invited to proclaim the Word of God at Masses.

When: Weekday Mass lectors serve one Mass per week.

Interested? Please contact Fr. Andrew DeFusco if interested.

Masters of Ceremonies

Who: Girls and boys in grades 9 through 12 are welcome to volunteer as altar servers.

What: Masters of Ceremonies assist in mentoring the other altar servers, as well as helping the clergy, at Sunday and weekday Masses and at other liturgical functions.

When: Training is offered once a year, in the fall.

Interested? Please contact Fr. Andrew DeFusco if interested.

Sacristy Ministries

Who and what: Sacristy ministries include Junior Sacristans, Altar Servers’ vestment care, Baptistery and Chapel care, Sacred Linen care, Flower Arrangements Team, and Chrism Mass Oils assistance.

Interested? Please contact Shirley Davis if interested.

Ushers

Who and what: Ushers are called first and foremost to a welcoming presence to the Church as the first representatives. While fulfilling this most important role the Usher is also responsible for making the congregation comfortable, maintaining order, and taking up the collection all while being reverential yet not conspicuous.

Interested? Please contact the Parish Office if interested.