Is the formal title of lay people who distribute the Eucharist during Mass. As the title implies, there are also “ordinary ministers” – those who are literally “ordained” to the ministry namely bishops, priests, and deacons. These ministers are usually the first in order to distribute the Body and Blood of Christ, the deacon being the customary distributor of the cup.
A person commissioned to proclaim Holy Scriptures in church services; someone personally and prayerfully involved in proclaiming the Word of God with the purpose of celebrating and refreshing the faith of the assembly
Ministry of Greeters and Colletors are the Ministers of hospitality they make the members of the assembly feel welcome and comfortable as they gather each Celebration.
Altar servers are a vital part of the liturgical ministry. They are vital because altar servers perform not just a functional role but a symbolic role and symbolism is the language of worship. Their actions in the Mass are symbolic of much more than you think and the way they serve can lead people closer to God.
The primary minister of music is the assembly itself. Every member of the assembly is called to participate in the liturgy by way of acclamations, responses, psalms, antiphons and other songs. With the support of competent music ministers, the entire assembly is enabled to voice its song of praise to the God of salvation. By joining their voices in song the members of the assembly express their unity in Christ, acclaim Christ’s presence in word and sacrament and offering a living sacrifice of praise to God.