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World Day of the Sick-Consider Chaplaincy
February 11, 2020
The Pope’s message for this year’s World Day of the Sick theme is “Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.” (Mt. 11.28) As Pope Francis writes, “Jesus…offers his mercy and comforting presence. He looks upon a wounded humanity with eyes that gaze into the heart of each person.”
As the 28th Annual World Day of the Sick approaches on February 11, we invite you to consider chaplaincy and spiritual care ministry at your parish or other local organizations in the diocese. Call to find out more or to speak about your ministry experience, discern your gifts and how to be more actively involved in ministering to the sick and dying in our diocese.
If you are interested in training to become a certified chaplain visit the National Association of Catholic Chaplains website or the Choose Chaplaincy Facebook Page. We have a strong base of NACC members who follow and share content to their personal accounts.
Call Sister Donna Moses, OP at 408-885-7633 to find out more.