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Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick

Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick take the Eucharist to those individuals who are sick and homebound, in nursing homes, and unable to attend Mass. You must be a compassionate individual who is good with the sick and dying.  The time commitment varies in home visitations.  We serve four nursing homes every Thursday or Friday morning with a commitment of two hours once a month.  All Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick must be registered members at St. Paul Parish for a minimum of six (6) months and must be practicing Catholics in good standing in the Catholic Church.  In addition, you must attend a 3-hour SEP (Safe Environment Protection) workshop for vulnerable adults, and be Level II fingerprinted by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement as well as a background check.

If you are in need of having the Eucharist taken to your home or a nursing home or would like information on how to become a Eucharistic Minister to the Sick, please call the number on the sidebar.



Deacon Frank Henriquez
(813) 961-3023

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