Volunteers sought to deliver Eucharist to hospitals

Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist are needed to bring the Blessed Sacrament to Catholic patients at Sts. Mary & Elizabeth and Jewish hospitals.

Those interested in volunteering must have undergone the necessary training to receive the archdiocesan mandate for this ministry. Additional training for the exercise of this ministry in the hospital setting will be provided.

Opportunities to serve as substitutes in this program — based on the volunteer’s personal schedule — also exist.  Also needed are volunteers to assist the Spiritual Care Department at Sts. Mary & Elizabeth Hospital, a program that involves assessing the needs of patients of all faiths and no faith.

The programs are looking for individuals, a news release said, “seeking to live out their faith who can commit to a couple of hours, usually one day per week.” For more information, contact Father Bryan Lamberson at 361-6733 or bryanlamberson@kentuckyonehealth.org.

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