Lectors at St. Charles

Open to parishioners from Junior High School to adult interested in proclaiming the Word of God at Sunday and Holy Day Masses. Participants proclaim the Word at Mass and other liturgies on a rotating basis. During the Liturgy, the reader is fulfilling a mission to his or her fellow community members. It is a sacred duty that involves a sharing of one’s own faith. The readings from scripture have been chosen such that there is a spiritual message readily apparent in almost every passage.

The information below is to help you prepare for your readings.

News to use

Click the links below to read the intercessions and announcements for this weekend:

General Intercessions for Sunday, March 24, 2019

End of Mass Announcements for Sunday, March 24, 2019

Two lector workbooks are available in the church library for your use. Please return them to the shelf when you are done with them. The readings are also available through the USCCB web site link below.

Preparation materials

The websites listed below are very useful to help you prepare for your reading.

Lector’s Notes
United States Conference for Catholic Bishops
The Center for Liturgy at St. Louis University
Pronunciation guide

More information for lectors

Click here to read about Lector Duties and Responsibilities

Lector Schedule January-March

The lector substitute list is available from the Lector coordinator.