A Eucharistic Minister is a strong Christian, a friend of Christ and one who extends the of Christ to others through the distribution of the body and blood of Christ at Mass and at Communion Services. Each May, the Kellenberg Memorial Family commissions a select number of Juniors as Special Ministers of the Eucharist to serve the school community during their Senior Year.

In addition, to serving the Kellenberg Memorial Community, our Eucharistic Ministers have also committed to a relationship with the three neighboring health-related facilities: The Bristal, Sunrise and Fulton Commons. Each Wednesday, during the school year and through the summer, Kellenberg Memorial Eucharistic Ministers conduct Communion Services and spend time at each of these facilities serving the elderly in the local community.

Any student who meets the following requirements may apply in the spring of their Junior Year:

a: A baptized and confirmed practicing Roman Catholic.
b: A person who is faithful to prayer.
c: A person who attends Mass in the local parish every Sunday.
d: A person who participates in the recitation of midday prayer before lunch.

A person who is willing to participate in a formal period of diocesan and school training that begins in the Spring of their Junior Year. All applications are reviewed and submitted to the Administration for approval.