Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Eucharistic Ministers Schedule
Eucharistic Ministers are those parishioners who assist the priest in
distribution of the body and blood of Christ at Mass and other liturgical
services. They are brothers and sisters in this very body and blood they are
sharing, and not only speak their own faith in saying "Body of Christ," they
call forth the faith of the one receiving.
Extraordinary Ministers are graced with the opportunity
to share Christ's body and blood with others. They recognize Christ in the
faces of all who approach. They are privileged to proclaim each person as a
member of the Mystical Body by saying the words "The Body of Christ" and
"The Blood of Christ." Extraordinary Ministers profess the faith of the
Church and ask for affirmation in the assembly's "amen."
Ministry to the Home Bound
Contact the parish office for home communion distributed by a Eucharistic
For Penance and Anointing of the Sick, contact a priest anytime.
Assist our priests in the distribution of the Eucharist and Precious
Blood of Christ and distribute the Eucharist to people in their homes,
nursing homes and hospitals.
*****HELP IS NEEDED*****
Help is needed to help distribute Holy Communion at School Days
Apartments on Center Street, New Iberia, Louisiana, and at Iberia Medical
Center Hospital once a month.
There is also a need for Extraordinary Ministers of Communion to distribute
Holy Communion to the sick and shut-ins of our parish.
Extraordinary Ministers of Communion who would like to volunteer for this
ministry, are asked to contact Rosemary Brasseaux at (337)
Any days or times you feel you can help would be greatly appreciated!
Theresa Musemeche (337) 369-3816 if interested or would like more information.
St. Peter's Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Be advised that it is the policy of this parish that no one (except for
those listed below) to enter the sacristy during Mass. The only exception to
this rule are the ushers who are placing the collection in the vault, and
priests, deacons and servers who have a liturgical reason to go into the
Ushers are to lock the vault immediately upon placing the collection in it.
The vault is to be opened by the Sacristan, only when another person is
present. The collection is to be taken to the office by two people
immediately after Mass.
Eucharistic Ministers to the homebound and hospitalized are to pick up
supplies between Masses.
Violations of the policy are to be reported to Fr. Charles or Nancy Goodwin.