Enrichment Workshop


for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion


Saturday, November 8, 2014

8:30 am until 1:30 pm

Registration closed,

Waitinglist opened.

Location:  University of Notre Dame, Geddes Hall Chapel

Fee: $25/participant, includes workshop material and light brunch. Discount for smaller parishes available. Please ask your parish priest.

Registration for the workshop is closed. If you like to be included on a waiting list, please leave your name here: 




PROCLAIM! at the Institute for Church Life offers an Enrichment Workshop for volunteer ministers who serve their parish as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. 
Our goal is to foster among liturgical ministers a deeper theological understanding of the Eucharist and their special part in both the liturgical celebration and the evangelization of our secular culture.
Prof. Keith Egan, Aquinas Chair in Catholic Theology Emeritus, St. Mary’s College, will explore the mystery of the Eucharist and the Eucharistic celebration. 
Prof. Timothy O’Malley, Director of the Center for Liturgy at the Institute for Church Life, will explain the special role of the Eucharistic Minister both in the liturgy and in the Church’s call for a new evangelization.
Rev. Thomas Jones, C.S.C., pastor of Sacred Heart parish at Notre Dame, will illuminate elements of the Diocesan norms for Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and welcome your questions concering your role in the liturgy. 
The event will conclude with the celebration of the Eucharist.
Participation in this workshop fulfills the annual diocesan formation requirement for volunteer ministers. 


Registration is closed because the workshop is full. If you like your name to be put on a waiting list, please go here: 

Waitinglist.  I will confirm your spot by October 20, 2014.

Childcare offered on request. Parking is limited due to construction on the B2 parking lot. Please use the east end of the Hesburgh Library or park west of the Wellness Center. 

For more information or if you need mobility assistance, please contact Patricia Bellm at (574) 631-1379 || pbellm@nd.edu