EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF THE HOLY COMMUNION

HOMEBOUND COMMUNION TO THE SICK MINISTRIES

 

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Extraordinary Ministers of the Holy Communion

Are called to serve God’s holy people in administering the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. The volunteers for this ministry distribute the Body and Blood of Christ to their fellow parishioners in the church and to the homebound.
 
    Please contact the parish office at (707) 447-2354 

Miracles of the Eucharist by Bob and Penny Lord

 

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Communion to the Sick Ministries

“No greater gift can be given to those who suffer than the gift of Christ Himself in the Eucharist.”  From “Pastoral Care of the Sick”

Are you or someone you know unable to come to Mass due to illness, surgery, physical limitations or something else, either for short or long duration?  Do you have someone in the hospital or living in a board and care or residential facility?  Would you like to receive Communion but cannot come to Mass?  Please contact the parish office at (707) 447-2354

Emergencies for Sacraments: Please Call 707-733-3889

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Homebound Ministry

Specially trained Extraordinary Ministers take communion to the homebound and communion to the sick  

If you are interested in serving as a Homebound minister, contact  Pat and Rich Chavez or the parish office for more information at (707) 447-2354. 

Homebound ministry provides orientation, materials and support.  Commitment is one Sunday a month for approximately one to one and a half hours. This is a very rewarding ministry.

To know more about the joy of serving as a homebound minister or any of the other ministries, seek out a volunteer from that ministry and ask to share their experience or you may contact the coordinator of that ministry for that purpose. 

More information from the USCCB available here.

THE 7 SECRETS OF THE EUCHARIST

by Vinny Flynn

The Eucharist and the Early Christian Fathers – Deep In Scripture

Scott Hahn – “Evangelizing Catholics:
The Bible, the Eucharist
and the New Evangelization”  

 
 

 The Eucharist – Steve Ray 

 
 
 
 

Bishop Barron on the Mystery of Eating Jesus’ Flesh
 

Eucharistic Miracle  1
 
 

Eucharistic Miracle 2
 

Eucharistic Miracle 3

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