Spiritual Care

Providing Spiritual Care and Counseling

The Brothers of Mercy take care of your Spiritual Needs
As part of our mission, the Brothers of Mercy are committed to the pursuit of excellence by providing a supportive, compassionate and healing environment for those we are privileged to serve. Part of that mission includes spiritual care. We provide spiritual counseling, facilitate services, distribute Eucharist and are always available to comfort and support our residents. We also celebrate mass at The Sacred Heart Home at our beautiful chapel and have services at Montabaur Heights our independent senior living complex.

Update to Spiritual Care effective February 2021

Due to the ongoing COVID restrictions, gathering for Services on Campus is suspended. The COVID guidelines are constantly monitored. As these guidelines evolve, spiritual care on campus is reevaluated based on these changes to ensure the safety of residents and staff. 

Current offerings for residents are as follows:

Nursing Home (Broadcast on channel 97) 

Monday and Thursday – 9:30 Rosary followed by prayer service with Br. Kenneth

Wednesday – 1:30 Scripture reflection with Spiritual Care Director Renee

 

Nursing Home, Sacred Heart Home and Montabaur Heights

Distribution of Holy Communion once a month

 

BOM Senior Apartments

Communion Service twice a month                                                                                                         

 

Showing Mercy
The word “mercy” is defined as kindness or compassion that is shown to others. A merciful relationship provides protection, provision, and presence. At Brothers of Mercy, it is our hope to reveal the healing love of Jesus to those in need by attending to both physical and spiritual needs.  Spiritual care can help a person (re)discover hope, resilience and inner strength in times of illness, injury, transition, and loss. Spiritual care attends to a person’s spiritual or religious needs as they seek to heal physically and emotionally and thus regain a sense of well being. By providing spiritual support, mercy and compassion are manifested not simply as a consoling message but in practical help.