Liturgical Ministry

Liturgy

Full and active participation

Liturgy isn’t the work of just a few people. Everyone who celebrates the liturgy has a role to play. We hope you find a place to do your part of our work together.

For more information about our Liturgy, contact John Kellett at 408-997-5121 or jkellett@dsj.org. For information on how to serve at Mass, contact Katie Metzger at 408-997-5115 or kmetzger@dsj.org.

In Memorium

A very important part of our Stewardship is prayer. Our prayer is an investment of our time in communication with God as a gift to ourselves and others. In November, which is just around the corner, we are called upon to pray in a special way for those that have gone before us.

We will have baskets of “In Memorium” cards available in the Church that can be used to list all the names of souls that we wish to have remembered during the November Masses. The cards will be brought forward with our gifts at each Mass.

Look for the cards on a table by the baptismal font starting the weekend of October 22nd through November 19th. Please return your completed cards to Mass or bring them by the Parish Office to be included in our offertory.

May your loved ones be blessed by our prayers, especially during the month of November.

All Saints Day Mass and Reception

As a community of the Faithful, we will celebrate the Feast of All Saints on Tuesday, November 1st with a 7:00 p.m. Mass. After Mass, a special remembrance reception will be offered in the Parish Hall for all who have celebrated the funeral of a loved one this past year at Holy Spirit.

We invite you to attend to support fellow parish families and to remember all our beloved dead. The entire community is invited to attend to support our grieving members, listen and share stories of our loved ones.

Volunteers Needed

We are currently seeking sensitive, creative parishioners who can design and set up a community photo memorial display and help host the November 1st reception. Please contact Leah Harris, Pastoral Care, ASAP at lharris@dsj.org or 408-997-5110 if you can assist.

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