The celebration of Mass is the action of Christ and the People of God — ministers and assembly . . . Every member of the liturgical assembly gathered by Christ has a part to play in the action of the whole . . . The participation of all is demanded by the nature of the liturgy and, for the faithful, is their right and duty by reason of their Baptism.
-Pastoral Introduction to the Order of Mass, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, #4
At St. Patrick, we understand the spirit of our worship depends on an engaged laity . . on you. You are called by your Baptism to be a minister and celebrant of Liturgy. How will you respond?
All liturgical ministers must be fingerprinted and complete safe environment training. Please click here (https://www.orlandodiocese.org/safe-environment/english/) for more information.
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