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Helen was a longtime member of Saint Joseph's Parish where she served as an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, was in the Women's League, and the Saint Joseph Senior Steppers.
I don't know what happened exactly but an extraordinary minister of the Eucharist told me: 'They (who?) went to the bishop and his response was: "If parishioners don't like it, don't do it."' Apparently they didn't like it, for we got the proper liturgy back.
He was a member of the RCIA team and served as an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist to homebound parishioners.
Since the Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist receives from the Cup, the acolytes should also.
Gladys was a member of Saint Anne's Parish in Shrewsbury where she was an extraordinary minister of the Eucharist and a member of its Women's Guild.
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