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Liturgical Ministry

"Mother Church earnestly desires that all the faithful should be led to that fully conscious, and active participation in liturgical celebrations which is demanded by the very nature of the liturgy. Such participation by the Christian people as "a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a redeemed people (1 Pet. 2:9; cf. 2:4-5), is their right and duty by reason of their baptism"

Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, 14

Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion are laypersons who serve by assisting the priest in distributing the Eucharist at Mass. It is a privilege and sacred task to become a Eucharistic Minister and a blessing to those called. Parishioners must be confirmed to be allowed the task of distributing the Holy Eucharist.

If interested call: Katherine McFadden

 (701) 483-2134

Eucharistic Ministers 

Lectors have an opportunity to read and proclaim the Word of God, which is a gift. This commitment allows the parishioner to be the "voice" of God's Words and share them with the community. Parishioners must be confirmed to partake in this task at mass.

If interested call: Katherine McFadden

 (701) 483-2134

Lector

This ministry provides parish members with a genuine opportunity to function as lay ministers by reverently assisting the celebrant during Sunday Mass and special liturgies throughout the year. Boys and girls in grade school and high school can volunteer to help serve at Sunday Mass. 

If interested call: Deacon Leonard Krebs

(701) 483-2134

Music

The Ministry of Music is one of the most important areas of liturgical ministry. They provide music during weekend Masses, holy days, weddings, and funerals.

St Augustine says, "To sing is to pray twice." Musical talents are a gift from God and meant to be shared with others when called by God.

If interested call: Sandy Tibor

(701) 483-2134

Altar Servers

Sacristan

Sacristans have a unique role. They prepare the bread and wine before mass which will become our Lord Jesus Christ. They arrive at church early because they light the candles, arrange the books, and perform other little tasks before mass begins. Being a sacristan allows parishioners to serve in a crucial way by preparing for the Sacred Mass.

If interested call: Katherine McFadden

 (701) 483-2134

Ushers

Ushers are entrusted with promoting a sense of community and belonging to the faithful who enter. Their purpose and role are they bring a sense of hospitality by serving people before, during, and after the mass. They help seat people before mass and organize the communion procession during mass. 

If interested call: Brad Fong

(701) 483-2134