The priests, deacons and lay ministers of the parish are interested in visiting parishioners when they are in the hospital. However, hospitals no longer automatically inform parishes when a parishioner is admitted. We will be able to visit only if we know you are in a hospital. It is most helpful to us when you or a family member notifies the parish office.
Trained women and men journey with parishioners who are sick, grieving, home bound or hospitalized during times of serious illness or other significant life events, lending spiritual, emotional and physical support as needed.
Holy Communion is brought once a week to those who are sick or unable to go to church on a regular basis. If you or a family member wants to receive communion at home on a regular or temporary basis, please call the parish office.