Sick & Homebound

Our mission is to bring Holy Communion to those who cannot join us at Mass. We extend our love, concern, and support for our fellow faith community members who are sick and homebound in their homes, nursing homes or assisted living facilities.

Volunteer PositionExtraordinary Minister of Holy Communion to the Sick & Homebound
Required of the VolunteerPracticing Catholic, registered parishioner in good standing with the Church; exhibits reverence and devotion to the Eucharist. Must be commissioned by this parish to serve.
Experience NecessaryNo
Training RequirementsTraining, fingerprinting adn Safe Enironment Program for vulnerable adults. All Volunteers are required by the diocese to complete these requirements. We also have an annual meeting for all ministers.
TimeVaries depending on the number of communicants and the availability of the minister

Sick and Homebound Mass

Sick and Homebound Mass and a luncheon are held on the second Thursday of each month.  Mass starts at 11:00 am in the church for our parishioners who are unable to participate in regular Sunday Mass. This Mass includes the Anointing of the Sick.

Volunteer positionsExtraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, ministers of hospitality, lectors, sacristans, luncheon hostesses, cooks, and music ministers.
Required of the VolunteerVaries depending on volunteer role.  See the specific liturgical ministries.
Experience NecessaryVaries depending on the volunteer role.
Training RequiredVaries depending on the volunteer’s role.  See specific liturgical ministries.
When is TrainingVaries depending on the volunteer role.  See the specific liturgical ministries.
Time Commitment1-2 hours a month or a year as volunteer’s time and interest allows.
ContactDeacon Friscia in Church Office at 727.726.8477