Toni Munoz

Indeed, the word of God is living and effective, sharper than any two-edged sword, penetrating even between soul and spirit, joints and marrow, and able to discern reflections and thoughts of the heart. Hebrews 4:12

The lector proclaims the Word of God to the people. Being a lector calls for one to prayerfully prepare to proclaim God’s Word by studying the background of the readings. Centered in God’s Holy Word, a lector seeks to understand and present the message of each reading included in the Liturgy of the Word in a reverent and humble way. Each lector is especially trained in proper protocol and is scheduled monthly to proclaim the Word of God.


Maryellen Bocaccino, Lisa Brady, Sister Elizabeth Burns, M.M., Daniel Camilliere, Robert Caron, Connie D’Elia, Treasvant Feaster, Jay Gallo, Mary Lou Gates, Barbara Gawle, Patrick Griffin, Najib Habesch, Michael Luszcak, Estefania Maya, Maria Maynard, Tom Maynard, Vincent Mazzarella, Mary McKenna, Toni Munoz, Geri Noonan, Guy Patneaude, Mary Kate Rogers, Michael Rogers, Maggie Seaver, Jan Skiff, Mary Ellen Spellacy, Ed Temple, Alessandra Tessier and Noranne Wamester


  • Attend a yearly training session
  • Receive a workbook to assist in preparation
  • Assist at 1-2 Masses per month
  • At-home preparation to prayerfully read and re-read the Scripture readings silently to prepare yourself to be a proclaimer of the Word

Stewardship Rewards and Opportunities

Lectors are:
  • Called to be a means of grace, a channel through which God can touch and change those who hear the Word
  • True ministers of God, instruments that God can use to accomplish the divine will