“The Liturgy is a reflection of Heaven.”
Cardinal Robert Sarah


For those competent in their knowledge of music who are able to assume individual responsibility for leading the congregation in song and proclaiming the Word of God as a psalmist. An audition is required.


For those proficient in a musical instrument who can accompany liturgical celebrations. Music is provided. If you are so gifted, please share your gift! 
An audition is required.

Pianist & Organist

Experienced pianists and organists are always welcome! An audition is required.

Choral Members

Those who can learn songs by reading music or hearing it in rehearsals. Experience singing with a group (not necessarily a choir) is desired but not required. Many good choir members are people with no formal musical training or experience, but they have belief in their own ability and the desire to learn choir skills.

Mass Coordinators

The Mass Coordinator is the “behind the scenes” preparation person at the Mass. The role of the Mass Coordinator is to coordinate various Liturgical ministries and setup for Mass at the time of the Sacred Liturgy.

The Mass Coordinator is responsible for Mass set-up and helping with cleanup after Mass along with the Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion and the ushers. The Mass Coordinator should confirm that all is ready for the Mass, even if it appears that someone has already done so. They make sure that the Liturgical ministers (acolytes, lectors, ushers, greeters, and extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion) are present and ready to serve for the Mass and recruit replacement ministers if needed.

During a special Liturgical celebration, the Mass Coordinator may have to assist with various tasks (e.g., Baptism, procession, washing of feet, etc.). Please note: For special liturgies, the DLM will inform and coordinate with the Mass Coordinator to ensure all is in order.

Mass Coordinators:

  • Should be an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion
  • Have a passion and love for the Liturgy
  • Be familiar with the liturgical calendar and the Ordo
  • Be familiar with the sacristy and the various sacred objects and books
  • Duties and responsibilities may vary from Mass to Mass based on the needs of the Presider and the parishioners attending the Mass.


Lectors are instituted to proclaim the readings from Sacred Scripture, with the exception of the Gospel. They may also announce the intentions for the Universal Prayer and, in the absence of a psalmist, recite the Psalm between the readings. Scheduling is done ideally quarterly and training is done typically in the Fall.

For further information on Lectors CLICK HERE

Altar Servers

Altar Servers assist in the Sacred Liturgy by serving in various ways on the Altar.

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist (EMs) and Eucharistic ministers to the sick and homebound assist the priest in offering the sacred body and precious blood of Jesus in the sacrament of Holy Communion. Training is usually held n the Fall.

For further information on EMs CLICK HERE

Please note: Lectors and EMs are typically individuals who have received all Sacraments of Initiation, to include teens who are received the Sacrament of Confirmation and are at least 16. Homebound Ministers must be 21 or older and complete the appropriate safe environment and background check protocols.


If you are interested in serving within our Sacred Liturgy, please email Dan Marcacci, Director of Music & Liturgy. 

We are actively seeking volunteers for all roles (shared above). 


Dan Marcacci

Director of Music & Liturgy