Making The Eucharist Matter is the title of a book that calls us to take a look at our complacency as we approach the true presence of the Body and the Blood of our Lord, Jesus Christ. There is no better way to embrace the gift of the Sacrament of Holy Communion than to see the faith of the people of God as they receive it. One of the most fulfilling experiences, other than receiving the Body of Christ, is to distribute Holy Communion and to literally see their faith in the face of the people as they receive it. One of the ways you can serve the needs of our parish, at the celebration of Mass, is to become an EXTRAORDINARY MINISTER OF HOLY COMMUNION (EMHC). The diocese has set up training for the privilege of becoming an EMHC, on Saturday, June 23rd, right here at Holy Spirit in All Saints Hall. I encourage you, as a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church, having received Confirmation, to step forward and answer the call to serve as an EMHC. Usually when people are asked to consider this, they resist saying, “I don’t feel worthy.” No one is. God calls us to serve the needs of His church, and we must remember, “He does not only call the qualified, but He will qualify the called.” If this is your call, register for this training by calling the parish office at 561-585-5970 or by e-mailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org.