St. Philip Neri Catholic Parish
1325 KLINERD ROAD, PENNSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 18073
Assist the priests (“The Ordinary Minister”) with the distribution of Holy Communion at Mass and to the sick and homebound parishioners. Appointed by the Archbishop of Philadelphia, at the recommendation of the Pastor, for a three-year term at designated times during the year. If you are interested in joining this Ministry, please speak with the Pastor for more information.
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June 20, 2019
Dear Liturgical Ministers,
Please find enclosed the Sunday Mass Schedule for the 3rd Quarter of 2019 for Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and Altar Servers (youth and adult). This schedule also covers the Feast of The Assumption of The Blessed Virgin Mary which is a Holy Day of obligation.
Also, if you will be away during October, November or December of 2019, please let us know no later than September 1, 2019 so we do not schedule you while you are away. Just drop us a line at email@example.com. Or leave a message at the rectory office (215-679-9275).
Please Note – Eucharistic Ministers – Very Important: We need to reorganize our EMs who are currently, have in the past or would like to be taking Holy Communion to shut-ins on a regular basis or even less frequently. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. or call (484) 919-9603). Leave your name and phone number along with the name of the person you currently see or indicate that you are available to bring the Eucharist to the ill and elderly.
Again, thank you all for your dedication in assisting at Sunday Mass.
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The parish Liturgy Committee with approval of the Pastoral Staff has developed the following dress guidelines for anyone who serves as a minister at liturgical functions:
Men: Collared shirt (tie and coat are appropriate), neat dress or casual pants and shoes.
Women: No bare shoulders, no spaghetti straps, no short skirts, no jeans, no tank tops, tasteful sandals
Altar servers: No athletic shoes, no spaghetti straps no shirts with writing, no T-shirts, no flip-flops, no shorts, no jeans
Of course, there are exceptions. In an emergency, we may be pressed into service at times other than those we are assigned. At these times, we respond no matter what we are wearing. However, we should make every effort to be aware of this possibility and dress accordingly whenever possible.
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 7:30 AM and 10:00 AM
Tuesday - Friday at 8:00 AM (First Fridays Mass is at 9 AM)
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