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  1. Excellent message about eucharist minister/ extraordinary minister of Holy Communion.Thank you so much for the insite and clarity on the terminology.It is good to hear the truth and to be able to speak it with knowledge and reverence.
    Beautiful are all the things that are shared, in order for us to learn, to know and to trust in our Faith in ….Christ’s Church and the Mass…. Again thank you for all your hard work and in sharing with others across the country and even around the world. It does not go with out fruits:) We appreciate it deeply and lovingly .
    We will continue to pray for you our Priests and the Holy Father daily at Mass.
    Praise be Jesus and Mary. Thank you for your fiat to God, to be His Shepherd.
    with Love, The Gendron family, Saint Michael ,Minnesota

  2. Thank you so much for teaching people like me that did not know the right terms to use. In our Chuch even when a meeting is called we always are refered as Eucharistic ministers. I never felt confortable been adressed this way. To me didn’t sounded rigth, it was like I was giving myself more importance than I really had. I always adressed myself as a helper, even when I would take Comunion to the sick or elderly. I would say my name and add; I am one of our parishes helpers and I bring you Holy Comunion. I would like to give this information to our coordinator, but how can I do that, when for so many years our priest and deacons never corrected her. I am a nobody and I do not feel rigth correcting those above me and I do not want to heart this dear lady her feelings. Thank you so much, i am always eager to receve your mail and i love to read everything.
    Thank you again May the Baby Jesus and His Blessed Mother bless you and thework you do to help us.
    Fernanda

  3. Thank you so much for teaching people like me that did not know the right terms to use. In our Chuch even when a meeting is called we always are refered as Eucharistic ministers. I never felt confortable been adressed this way. To me didn’t sounded rigth, it was like I was giving myself more importance than I really had. I always adressed myself as a helper, even when I would take Comunion to the sick or elderly. I would say my name and add; I am one of our parishes helpers and I bring you Holy Comunion. I would like to give this information to our coordinator, but how can I do that, when for so many years our priest and deacons never corrected her. I am a nobody and I do not feel rigth correcting those above me and I do not want to heart this dear lady her feelings. Thank you so much, i am always eager to receve your mail and i love to read everything.
    Thank you again May the Baby Jesus and His Blessed Mother bless you and thework you do to help us.
    Fernanda

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