Pope Paul VI Awards for Liturgical Ministers - 2006
The Diocese of San José will once again honor liturgical ministers of our parishes who qualify for the annual Pope Paul VI Award (learn more about Pope Paul VI here).
The Diocesan Liturgical Commission established the following criteria as qualifications for reception of the Pope Paul VI Award:
- Service as a liturgical minister is to be calculated from December 4, 1963 (promulgation date of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy). Awards are given for 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40+ years of service. An individual can receive only one award in a given year.
- Such service is to have been rendered within the Diocese of San José since its creation in 1981 or within the County of Santa Clara before the establishment of the Diocese.
Years of service may be calculated as the cumulative number of years a person has served in any liturgical ministry. For example, one who has served as a music minister for 5 years then became a Communion minister for the next 10 years may be given an award for 15 years of service.
To apply for this award, please complete and submit an eligibility form.
- To submit eligible names online, click here.
- To submit eligible names by postal mail, email, or fax, click here.
The deadline for submitting names of the recipients is February 28, 2007.
Awards certificates will be distributed to your parish in April, 2007. During a liturgical service in your parish, please present these certificates and acknowledge the years of ministry given by these individuals. Recipients of the Pope Paul VI awards will be recognized in a future issue of the Valley Catholic.
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