Pastoral Care of the Sick
It is important that all of the faithful have the opportunity to participate in the Mass. Even though they are unable to attend Mass they still are able to receive the Sacraments of the Holy Eucharist, Anointing of the Sick and Viaticum to be spiritually lifted and comforted through the caring hands of our priests who administer the Anointing of the Sick; the Holy Eucharist and Viaticum from a priest, deacon or fully trained lay minister of care.
The pastoral care team at All Saints Parish see to the needs of parishioners who are sick, injured, or unable to attend Mass for any ambulatory reason. All Saints Ministers of Care are trained volunteers who visit individuals in private homes, nursing homes, care centers and hospitals, giving them the opportunity to be part of the Mass, hearing the Word of God and receiving the Holy Eucharist. These, once a week pastoral visits can be short term, a few weeks or long term of several years or more.
If you are unable to attend Mass or know anyone who is unable to attend for any of the above reasons, or someone who needs Anointing of the Sick please notify:
Director of Pastoral Care, Deacon Ron Wilson 480-985-7655.