The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy from Vatican II emphasizes "...the divine sacrifice of the Eucharist is supremely effective in enabling the faithful to express in their lives and portray to others, the mystery of Christ and the real nature of the true church." Because of this, liturgy shapes our identity and forms our lives as Christians and members of St. John Bosco Parish.
With this goal in mind, the Liturgy Committee is concerned with providing authentic worship within the life of the parish. Its members make a commitment to their own spiritual development and education as well as take responsibility for the liturgical education of all liturgical ministers and the worshiping community.
Liturgical seasons with focused themes and visuals, sacramental celebrations, and other liturgical events are all celebrated within the framework and the scriptures of the Liturgical Cycles.
The committee meets monthly and is appointed by the Pastor.
Want to know more? Sister Marilyn Karas, RSM, Pastoral Associate, will be delighted to answer your questions. You may reach her via email or phone 788-1997, option 5.