In Remembrance Of...(IRO) Serves the needs of those who have experienced the death of a loved one. By the grace of God and the gifts of the Holy Spirit, we offer prayerful solace, comfort and help to members of our Catholic Community who are mourning. The focus of this ministry is to help mourners understand the stages of grief and though grief sessions encourage the bereaved to talk about what they are experiencing and work through their pain in a prayerful Catholic context. It is available for parishioners, as well as those outside the Holy Family Community to continue their faith journey.
Meets via Zoom on Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. until further notice. Due to the current Shelter In Place situation the Bereavement Ministry is unable to meet in person. These Zoom Sessions will focus on the current situation and in effect, the inability to meet in person and share thoughts and feels of sorrow and sadness.
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Usually, sessions occur on Thursdays, twice a year during the fall and spring; the group meets once-a-week for eight weeks. Each meeting is 1 1/2 hours.
This ministry wants to help mourners understand the stages of grief and through the grief sessions encourage the bereaved to talk about what they are experiencing and to work through their pain in a prayerful Catholic context.
It is available for parishioners, as well as those outside of the Holy Family Community, to continue their faith journey working through the mysteries of death.
Care, Prayer in Remembrance of…
CPR is a once a month gathering of those who are grieving the loss of a loved one. It is an opportunity to come together with others who are going through a similar experience. It is a support group with those who share a common faith. It will happen on the last Tuesday of most months (see bulletin) at 6:30 in the Pastoral Center.
Quilting B for bereavement sessions: meets on Thursday nights, for 6 weeks, in January and February.
Memorial Services: Check the bulletin for the dates and times for our May Memorial Service and our All Souls Mass.