Eucharistic Ministers

A Eucharistic Minister, also known as extraordinary EUCHARISTIC minister, must be an example of Christian living in faith and good conduct, and must strive for holiness through love and unity.

To become a Eucharistic Minister you must be sixteen (16) years old or older, baptized a Catholic, have received the sacraments of Holy Communion and Confirmation. You are trained to administer the host and cup properly and must exercise care and reverence at all times.

To serve as a Eucharistic Minister is an honor and a responsibility. Our service is a personal sacrifice of giving ourselves to the congregation, drawing our parishioners deeply into the mystery of God’s love.

For more information about becoming a Eucharistic Minister, please contact Sheila Hernandez – 330 565-0511. 

See the Schedule for Liturgical Ministers for current Eucharistic Minister scheduling.