We have a compassionate dedicated ministry team to pray and walk with through life's challenges.
Sometimes life can become challenging. So when you are laid up at home or in the hospital, we'll come to you with Holy Communion or just a comforting presence. We’re everywhere you are.
Loss can be overwhelming. But we provide emotional and spiritual support in times of grief. Trained bereavement counselors offer a support group experience. We will walk you through every step. In addition to our six-week bereavement support group offered several times a year, we also offer ongoing monthly support on the second Thursday of each month. Request more information below.
We want to help you pick up the pieces and cope with feelings of loss, shame, failure, and hopelessness. Let us connect you with others who have walked in your shoes.
We offer a special healing ministry for men and women experiencing the pain of separation and divorce. We work to dispel common myths about the Church’s teaching on divorce and provide resources for a new beginning.
A priest will administer the Sacrament of the Sick to someone who is suffering from a serious illness, mental illness, depression, or addiction, going in for major surgery, or has grown fragile by old age.
The St. Hilary Mental Health Ministry supports people experiencing mental illness and their families. Many people are feeling anxiety and fear and sadness. You are not alone.
The mental health ministry team members are trained to provide confidential help and support in 3 ways: