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Pastor



Parochial Vicar



Secretary

Director of

Music Ministry


Director of Faith Formation

 

Finance



Youth Coordinator

 


Rev. Msgr. Xavier Pappu
msgrxavier@stmatthewlgv.org
phone: 903-295-7558 (res.)


Anna Rodriguez
churchoffice@stmatthewlgv.org
phone: 903-295-3890*101

Beth Kenedy

music@stmatthewlgv.org
phone: 903-295-3890
*119


Freeda Dasaiyan

dff@stmatthewlgv.org
ph one: 903-295-3890*104


Nayeli Gonzalez
finance@stmattlgv.com
Phone:  903-295-3890 x 2108

Julie R. Myers
youth@stmatthewlgv.org
phone: 903-295-3890*107

This Week

Feb. 19:

Women’s ACTS Faith Sharing; 7:00 pm, Rm. 37

Servidoras de Glpe; 10:00 am Salon Parro.

Cursilllos; 7:00 pm, Salon Parroquial

    Feb. 20:

Adult Scripture Study; 6:30 pm, Parish Hall

Feb. 21:

Men’s ACTS Faith Sharing; 6:00 am, PH
Adoration; 7:30 am - 5:45 pm, Chapel

Adoración; 7:30 am–5:45 pm, Capilla
St. Vincent de Paul Society; 5:00 pm, Room 11

Feb. 22:

Catholic Daughters; 6:30 pm, SJP Rm. #5

         Grupo Compartiendo la Fe; 7:00 pm, Salón #14

Crecimiento Clases; 7:00 pm, Salón #13, 15

Feb. 23:

RICA; 7:00 pm, Salón # 14

 

 

 

 

 

Lectors

The office of Lector is the oldest of the lesser degrees of ordination and appears in the second century writings of Tertullian (160-230 AD). In the beginning, lectors were also teachers. Eventually, lectors' duties were absorbed by higher orders (Deacon = Gospel; Sub Deacon = Epistle). The Lector became a seldom-used minor order (at the seminary). Prior to Vatican Council II (1960's and earlier), Mass was a one-man service with the priest proclaiming all three readings.

Lectors usually read for Sunday and Holy Day Masses. They are required to attend a training session at least once a year and, after the training they are commissioned to serve.

Commissioned Lectors who wish to serve at weekend liturgies can pick the Mass time which they prefer and also select second and third preferences, if they wish. Schedules are prepared to assure that each Mass has the required number of Lectors. They are usually scheduled for the Mass they most prefer to attend. If they have second and third Mass  preferences, they can be scheduled accordingly.

Any planned absences can be scheduled in advance by contacting the parish office. For any unforeseen absences which arise after the schedule has been prepared, the Proclaimer must arrange for a substitute by contacting another member of the ministry who would be willing to fill-in.

What is a Lector?

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