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Worship Commission

Representing the liturgical ministries of the parish

St. Edna Communal Mass of the Anointing

Sunday, November 12 - 11:30am Mass
Who is Invited?

All people who feel the need for healing. Those who are suffering in mind, body or spirit; young or old, come and receive this beautiful healing Sacrament.

The Catholic Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, formerly known as Last Rites or Extreme Unction, is a ritual of healing appropriate not only for physical but also for mental and spiritual sickness.

This Sacrament is for people who are facing major surgery, serious illness, chronic illness, and aging. The Church recognizes that people need the healing and strengthening power of Christ in these difficult times. It benefits both the sick person and the community by allowing all of us to show our concern for the sick among us and to remind them that they are never alone.

Who Can Receive The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick?

Those whose health is seriously impaired by sickness (including mental illness) or old age, Those about to undergo surgery because of a serious illness, Those who are elderly and weakened by age, even if there is no serious illness, Sick children who are mature enough to be strengthened by the Sacrament

**You may receive the Sacrament any number of times in your life**

About Worship Commission


St. Edna Worship Commission will create an environment of full, conscious and active participation which provides a relevant and vibrant worship experience.

Role of a Member

The role of a member of the Worship Commission is to embrace, articulate, and support the vision of the Commission; and to have a thorough understanding of the synergies of the Ministries which make up the Worship Commission.


By consistent and thorough communication with the Parish Pastoral Council and Worship Ministries, we will:

  • Affirm the strength of our existing Ministries and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of liturgies and ministries to assure the quality of the worship experience
  • Commit to development and faith formation for Commission members, their areas of ministry and the assembly
  • Participate in seasonal liturgical preparation and coordination of liturgies
2012-2013 Goals
  • Ensure the fullness of parish life is reflected and celebrated throughout our weekend liturgies
  • Develop a communication plan utilizing technology for our parish members, ministries, and commissions
  • Cultivate ministers, leaders, and vocations




Commission Members

Gary Daigle, Email
Marie Schalke

Phil Bares
Moira Burdi
Peg Connolly
Lorie Crepeau
Kelly Fagan
Dominic Fernandes
Evelyn Getty
Anne Mura
Camille Murray
Deacon Jim Pauwels
Therese Pauwels
Paula Pollman (Rec.)
Fr. Rodolfo Ramirez
Ann Rymsza
Mary Salm
Frank Starshak

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