A Catholic Thanksgiving

<span id="docs-internal-guid-6236f95a-3585-6d10-14de-d0b15617cb7e"><span>For Catholics, every Sunday is a time of thanksgiving. We gather as a church family, saints and angels among us, to partake in the feast of ultimate thanksgiving. We do not eat turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, or pecan pie. Instead, we receive the wholeness of God in the Eucharist.</span></span>


Liturgical Ministers in the Church

<p dir="ltr"><span>Liturgical ministers within the Catholic Church play a vital role in the Mass as well as the community of the Church. People can become liturgical ministers at Mass starting at a young age as altar servers and can work their way up to becoming Eucharistic ministers, music ministers, and lectors. This ministry is one that allows all people of all ages to be involved in the Mass in a more personal way.</span></p> <div><span>&amp;#160;</span></div>