Anointing of the Sick
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is celebrated communally twice a year: during the month of November and during the Novena of Grace in March. Additionally, Anointing of the Sick can take place at any time as requested. Please contact the parish office to request a priest.
Eucharist to the Homebound
We also provide Eucharist to be brought to our homebound parishioners who may be too ill to attend Mass but would like to receive Eucharist from a minister trained to attend to our homebound parishioners.
In times of serious illness or hospitalization, contact Fr. Dan Nevares, S.J., Associate Pastor at:
Shareen Elloy is the Pastoral Associate who arranges these visits. Please call the parish office to arrange for this ministry:
Interested in becoming a Eucharistic Minister to the homebound?
Training is provided. Ministers usually visit once a week at times arranged according to the health and circumstances of the homebound individual and the personal schedule needs of the minister. Eucharistic ministry to the homebound offers the opportunity to bring the love and caring of the parish community and to share the Body of Christ with the sick, the suffering, the lonely.
Call Shareen Elloy if you are interested in this ministry: