In the Church's document, Sacrosanctum Concilium (The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy) it states, ..."the liturgy is the summit toward which the activity of the Church is directed; at the same time it is the font from which all her power flows." The liturgical ministers of St. Veronica Parish assist in our celebrations in a variety of ways. Click on the ministries in the column to the right to learn more about how you can minister to our parish in a unique and personal way!
“In the Body of Christ there exists a wonderful variety of ministries, which are especially evident when we gather around the altar to worship God. By virtue of our baptism in Christ, some of us are called to serve as ministers of the liturgical assembly: altar servers assist the priest and deacon, sacristans prepare and maintain that which is necessary for divine worship, musicians help to raise our spirits in joyful praise, ministers of hospitality provide welcome and dignified order to the celebration and Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion assist in offering the Body and Blood of Christ to the faithful and to the sick. Many members of a parish are involved in one or several of these wonderful ministries, responding to the baptismal call to love others as Jesus has loved us.”
– The Book of Blessings