Altar Servers

Students in grades 3 and up who have received their first Holy Communion are invited to be altar servers. They are trained annually. The Altar Servers form a very important part of the church and every parish is enriched through their dedication and service. The primary role of the altar server is to assist the priest or deacon in the celebration of the liturgies on weekdays, weekends, funerals, and weddings. Your presence assists in and enhances the nobility and beauty of our celebrations. Being an altar server promotes a closer relationship with the ever-present Body of Christ in the lives of those who serve. It is a commitment and an honor.

Contact: Christine Lichman@holyrosarychurch01@comcast.net

Cantors

Cantors lead the congregation in song at Mass and other liturgies. Training is provided.

Contact: Theresa Eaman @ 610-763-0306.

Classical Choir

This choir sings at the 10 a.m. Mass on Sundays from September through May and at special parish celebrations.

Contact: Theresa Eaman @ 610-763-0306

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist assist the priests and deacons in the distribution of the Holy Eucharist at Mass.

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Lectors

Lectors are responsible for making the Word of God come alive by proclaiming it during the Mass.

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Religious Education

Attendance at religious education instruction in 1st grade is required for First Communion in 2nd grade. First- through 8th-grade classes are held on Sunday Morning from 8:45 to 9:45 AM in Holy Rosary Hall September through May.

Contact: Sr. Vincent dePaul at 1-301-641-8812 or Christine Lichman at 610-373-5579

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA)

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is for those who are interested in becoming Catholics, for those Catholic adults who have not received the sacraments of Holy Communion and/or Confirmation, and for those who wish to renew the essential elements of their Catholic faith. Classes begin in September each year and run through May or June.

Contact: Deacon Christopher May

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