The Office for Family Life & Spirituality / Member Care

Need Support?

We all need someone to talk to during different seasons of life.  The need for pastoral care is usually prompted by an unexpected event:  a death in the family, a serious medical diagnosis, relationship difficulties, etc.

If you need pastoral care, we’ve brought together a team of volunteers with pastoral experience to walk with you through the highs and lows of life.

Pastoral Care is offered free of charge and is not a replacement for therapy or counseling with a licensed professional. The church's priests, staff, and laity provide a network of care to support individuals and families in times of need and crisis. 

Questions you may have about Member Care:

How can I let the church know I need assistance?
Call and let the priest and/or church staff know about your need.  Confidentiality is always honored.  Since hospitals are no longer permitted to notify churches automatically when stewards become patients there, please call the church office or ask a family member, friend, or the hospital to do so and let us know you are in the hospital.  The priest will visit you when we learn that you have entered the hospital.  Shut-ins and nursing homes need to inform the church office to have them on our visitation lists.

Do you have a list of Emergency Resources?

Yes, click here to access.

Call the church office and inform us if you would like to be on the prayer list in the Sunday Bulletin.

Due to the confidentiality rules, no visits will take place unless requested by the family.  Since we also don't have crystal balls, you need to inform the church office to visit all loved ones.

The Office for Family Life & Spirituality's community ministry, The Iwiga Center for Spiritual Renewal, provides additional services in Pastoral Counseling, Workshops, Religious Formation &  Education, and Life Coaching.  For additional information on this ministry, Contact: Father Justin Hurtado-Palomo


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