Membership Form

Dues are $5 per year and members are expected to make Offerings, according to their ability, to the General Fund of the Confraternity, and to provide for the publication of the Intercession Paper by an annual subscription. Life membership is $100. Members are also encouraged to join the Parish Ward, or if there is not one, to register with the nearest Ward in the area. A sterling silver  medal bearing the seal of the Confraternity may be purchased for $50. The Manual can be purchased for $5. If you are interested in supporting this important work of prayer and witness please make your application to the Secretary-General.

The Very Rev. William Willoughby III
224 East 34th Street
Savannah, GA 31401


The Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament


being a practicing Catholic, and a *Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Communicant Member of, or in Communion with, the Episcopal Church, do request to be admitted a Member of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ, and do hereby concur with its Objects, Rules, Recommendations and Laws.
*Cross out the description not applicable.
in full______________________________________________________


City______________________ State______________ Zip_______________


Member of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament, do, from personal knowledge, recommend the aforesaid____________________________ to be admitted and enrolled among the Members in this Confraternity.



was admitted by me on _____________________________________________
___________________________________________________ Priest Associate.

Dues: $5 Annually
$100 Life

Objects, Rules, & Recommendations
of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament

I. The Honor due to the Person of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament of His Body and Blood.
II. Mutual and special Intercessions at the time of and in union with the Eucharistic Sacrifice.
III. The promotion of the observance of the Catholic and primitive Law of receiving the Holy Communion fasting.


IV. To Communicate, or at least to be present, on Sundays and the greater Festivals and other Holy-days, when the Holy Eucharist is Celebrated, unless prevented by sickness or other urgent cause.

V. To promote, by all legitimate means, frequent and reverent Celebrations of the Holy Eucharist, as the Chief Act of Divine Service.

VI. To made such special Intercessions as shall be from time to time directed.


VII. To give careful attention to Preparation before, and Thanksgiving after, every Communion.

VIII. To Communicate at an early Celebration.

IX. To make, at every Celebration, one or more of the following Acts —
Of Faith.
Of Adoration.
Of Spiritual Communion.
Of Thanksgiving.
Of Reparation.
Of Intercession.
Of Prayer for the Visible Unity of Christendom.

X. To make Acts of Spiritual Communion, when deprived of the opportunity of receiving the Holy Eucharist.

XI. To make Offerings for the due and reverent Celebration of the Holy Eucharist.