Sac - Pastoral Care of the Sick and Dying

Deceased

The burial of the dead is a corporal work of mercy.  All registered parishioners AND those Catholics living within our parish boundaries who are not registered, may receive Catholic burial rites.  Catechumens, infants and children who die before baptism, non-Catholics affiliated with us or our families are also among those for whom we offer funeral rites. 

A family member of the deceased or the funeral home needs to contact Fr. Mike to arrange a funeral time. 

To purchase plots at the St. Malachy (Horicon), Immaculate Conception (Juneau), Old St. John (Township of Rubicon), St. Mary (Woodland) or St. Bartholomew (Neosho) Cemeteries, please contact the parish office.

 

Anointing of the Sick

All registered parishioners AND those Catholics living within our parish boundaries who are not registered, who are confined temporarily or permanently, may receive Anointing of the Sick.  You or a family member can make an individual request by contacting the parish office. 

Also, Communal Anointing of the Sick is offered:

  • annually at Sacred Heart (usually in October, watch bulletin for details)
  • twice a year at nursing homes in the parish boundaries (watch for details at the nursing home)

 

Communion Distribution

All registered parishioners AND those Catholics living within our parish boundaries who are not registered, who are confined temporarily or permanently, may receive Communion at any/all of the following times:

  • Sunday Mornings
  • First Fridays
  • Wednesdays (only at Matthew's of Horicon Nursing Home)
  • upon request.

You or a family member can make the above requests by contacting the parish office.

 

Prayers for the sick and dying.

Local Funeral Homes and Obituaries.