Ministry to the Sick and Homebound
"The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved."
- St. Teresa of Calcutta
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are needed to bring the Eucharist from the altar at Mass to those who are in hospitals, nursing homes, and are home bound. This service brings the Source and Summit of our faith to those unable to come to Mass, as well as a sense of love and dignity to those who may feel neglected.
Main Responsibilities and Duties:
    Aid the pastor by bringing Holy Communion to those unable to attend Mass at the Church
    Pray with those receiving the Eucharist
Time Commitment: Ministers are needed for a few hours on weekends.
    Must be a confirmed, practicing Catholic in good standing
    Must undergo Safe-Environment Training and a driving check
    Required training is done on a one-on-one basis
Do you know someone who is sick, bound by ill health, or who is carrying the cross of aged weakness that makes it hard for them to be present at Mass or in the active life of the parish? If you know someone who would like to be visited and/or brought communion weekly who is within the parish boundaries contact Sabrina Montoya.
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Sabrina Montoya
Administrative Assistant
Good Shepherd Catholic Church
2626 E 7th Avenue Parkway, Denver CO 80206  l  (303)322-7706  l