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Prayers and Healing

Find grace and ease when you or a loved one most need it.

  • Anointing of the Sick

    This sacrament is for ANY Catholics preparing for, or recovering from major surgery, those with chronic illness, those with mental illness, those recovering from addictions and those over age 65 who would like to be anointed because of their advancing years may receive the sacrament. Individuals must be seven years of age or older (“the age of reason”) to receive this sacrament as it includes the notion of forgiveness of sin.

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  • Healing: Spiritual, Psychological or Physical

    ANY parish members and guests in need of prayer healing are welcome to be prayed over. “Faith, Seeking, Healing” Prayer is for anyone who is sick or in pain from physical, emotional or spiritual distress. There are no other requirements. Takes place Thursdays in Church at 7:45 am (following the 7:00 am Mass).

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  • Prayer Line

    Do you have special needs or intentions that you would like members of the SJV community to pray for? The Prayer Line by default is confidential. However, if you would like your name to appear in the bulletin in the prayer column as well, please let Prayer Line Ministers know when you call them. If you have a special intention for which you would like prayers, please call the prayer line (Margie at 782-5879 or Kay at 784-4158).

    For more information on the overall ministry, visit the Prayer Line Ministry page.

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  • Prayer Shawls

    Are you facing some physical or emotional difficulty and would like a shawl surround yourself and prayer and love to help facilitate healing. You will be prayed for while your shawl is being made and after it is complete. Please contact the Prayer Shawl Ministry leader, Shelagh Roell by email or phone at 262-784-3554.

    For more information on the overall ministry, visit the Prayer Shawl Ministry page.

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  • Homebound Parishioners

    If you are a parishioner who is unable to attend Mass due to illness or physical / mental incapacities, but would like to celebrate Mass, we can arrange for a Homebound Minister visit. Homebound ministers have the privilege of taking our Lord, present in the Eucharist to homebound members of our church, letting them know they are loved and being prayed for.

    For more information on the overall ministry, visit the Homebound ministry page.

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