Left, Sister Terry Maher with a patient at St. Bernardine Medical Center in San Bernardino, Calif.; middle, Sister Mary Ann Mozser at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio; right, Sister Rosemary Goubeaux with patient Judy Dale at Good Samaritan North Hospital in Clayton, Ohio; Dave Eck photos.
Just as the Eucharist is a source of comfort and healing as an integral part of our Precious Blood spirituality, we are a source of care and comfort to people who are in pain or in need of help in communities throughout the U.S. and beyond. Helping others achieve new life through self-giving and abundant love lies at the very heart of Christianity. It echoes Jesus’ words and ministries in life as well as His immeasurable humbleness and generosity demonstrated on the Cross. Our eternal gratefulness and adoration compel us to serve our sisters and brothers who suffer from illness or injury and to aid those who work on their behalf. We are a healing presence in hospitals, clinics, and community programs serving in many different spiritual, professional, and clinical roles.
Health Care Ministries
- Home Care Providers
- Mental Health Workers
- In California, CPPS Reaches Out for Community Health
- Outreach to the Homeless
- Interview with Sister Karen Elliott published in Management Monthly, Newsletter for Educators, October 2011