Parishioners admitted to area hospitals usually receive the sacraments from a Catholic chaplain assigned to the hospital. Members of the Parish Staff also regularly visit parishioners in nearby hospitals. Please inform the parish office when a pastoral visit, the Sacrament of the Sick, or Communion is requested.
Amy Whitlock: [email protected]
Please inform the parish office when someone is homebound and in need of a visit, the Sacrament of the Sick, or Communion. The weekly bulletin may also be mailed to parishioners who are unable to attend Mass.
Ministry to Morningside
The Ministry to Morningside, an assisted living facility, is a call to the missionary spirit of the early Church. We minister to the spiritual needs of those who are unable to worship in their own church because they are unable to drive and have no other way to celebrate and praise God.
Each Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m., we proclaim the Good News of the Gospel, sing praises to the glory of God in song, and nourish the children of God with the Eucharist. Our liturgical service patterns the traditional Catholic Communion service.
Quail Run Assisted Living Facility
On Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m., we hold a short prayer/Communion service at the Quail Run Assisted Living Facility. We welcome and encourage anyone who feels that this call to the mission of Jesus Christ is for them.