Liturgy & Worship

Liturgy is like a strong tree whose beauty is derived from the continuous renewal of its leaves, but whose strength comes from the old trunk, with solid roots in the ground. – Pope Paul VI

All Catholics are invited to minister at our Eucharistic Celebrations if you feel called to do so.

Eucharistic Ministers

This ministry has become a cherished activity of many parishioners at St. Aloysius Church. Lay Eucharistic Ministers assist in distributing the Body and Blood of Christ in Holy Communion at all Masses celebrated at our parish.

Ministry to the Sick and Homebound

Eucharistic ministers bring communion and parish presence to parishioners, confined to home or nursing facility, unable to join us in community worship. 

A Voice of the Word

The proclamation of Scripture to the assembly of the faithful is given the dignity and attention it deserves. Lectors are supported and trained to proclaim the Word transparently and clearly, so that the Word itself, not the proclaimer, is in the foreground.

Music Ministry

Would you like to spend time with people who love to worship through music? Come join music ministry at St. Aloysius! The musical focuses of our five Mass ensembles span from Taizé to traditional songs/hymns to Praise & Worship music.

Altar Servers

Serving at the altar is an important and responsible ministry that enhances prayer. Fourth graders and older are welcome to participate in the Eucharistic Liturgy as altar servers. They will be trained to understand the structure and prayers of the Mass.

Ushers

At St. Aloysius, the ushers are the givers of the “first impression,” and embody the church as a welcoming community to all who choose to attend.

Sacristans

The sanctuary is a place of peace, where one can go to commune with the Lord. Often times, not much though is given to the preparation involved in that experience. The role of a Sacristan is to help Mass run as smoothly as possible from “behind the scenes.”
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