In addition to all of the other concerns a person has in the event of a serious illness, sudden accident, or deteriorating health, you may also be struggling with important issues or questions of a spiritual nature. The Catholic Parishes in Waterloo welcome the opportunity to be with you and for you during critical times like this.
If you are hospitalized, homebound or living in a care facility, one of our pastors or a member of our pastoral staff would be happy to visit with you about your spiritual needs and to discuss any concerns you have about your faith or your relationship to the Church. If you wish, we can arrange for you to celebrate the Sacrament of Penance and Confession or the Sacrament of Anointing and to have Holy Communion brought to you on a regular basis.
If you have been away from the Church for a period of time and wish to resume active participation, we would be happy to visit with you about any questions or concerns you have concerning your past, present or future relationship to the Church.
A member of our pastoral staff may also be able to help you contact helpful social service agencies which can help meet some of your personal and medical needs.
• To contact us call the parish office where you are (or were formerly) registered, or ask a family member, a member of the hospital or care facility's spiritual care team, or a nurse to contact the parish office for you.
• Directory of Waterloo Parishes.
• Information for Catholics Who Are Sick or Hospitalized.
• Morally Acceptable Medical Choices for Catholics