Read with LoveChristian Outreach and Pastoral Care Commission

The purpose of the commission and the many ministries that come under its umbrella is to tend to the spiritual and sacramental needs of our parish community.


We have several opportunities to serve Christ in His Church, participating in these ministries of mercy, justice, and healing:

Eucharistic Ministers to the Sick and Homebound

These extraordinary people bring the Holy Eucharist each week to those who are unable to attend Mass.
It is a special blessing to bring Jesus to people, and it is extremely rewarding. These ‘lights of Christ’ serve nursing home residents, homebound parishioners, and those recovering from illnesses and surgery. To serve in this very special ministry, please contact: Jean Ropp

Abraham’s Angels

The ministry of Abraham’s Angels is a particularly kind and compassionate one. These angels attend all funerals in our church, praying for the soul of the deceased person, and showing Christian love and unity toward their families. If you would like to be an Angel, please contact: Jean Ropp

Armed Services Ministry

The Military Ministry supports the brave men and women serving in our Armed Forces with prayers, cards and letters, and care packages. To help support our troops with Christian Charity, please contact: Ingrid Riechmann

Faith Community Nurses

These dedicated people are licensed nurses who practice holistic health for self, individuals and the community using nursing knowledge combined with spiritual care. The focus of their work is on the intentional care of the spirit, assisting the members of the faith community to maintain and/or regain wholeness in body, mind, and spirit. Contact: Susan Olds

Respect Life Ministry

Respect for ALL life – this is the goal of the Respect Life Ministry. Keeping the parish community informed and involved in all areas where life is being disregarded or threatened. This may be the unborn, the elderly or the disabled. For more information, contact: Jean Ropp

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Conference

The members of this international organization are called Vincentians. Their primary work is home visitations within the parish boundary. They also do volunteer work at the St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen and Thrift Store in Clearwater. The Conference is funded primarily by donations from the poor boxes in the church. The Vincentian home visitation involves directing the client to the various agencies that are available to handle their problem. It also involves giving them financial assistance as well as food, clothes and furniture. Vincentian meetings are twice a month.
Contact: Joan Johnson

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Our annual drive to provide Thanksgiving dinner and groceries to families in need at Thanksgiving. To help, please contact: Mary Beth Dittmer


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