Charlotte lovingly took care of her husband, Robert, as he was dying of brain cancer by taking him to Mass as often as he could attend. Her steadfast trust in the Lord set an example for others.
Bob provides spiritual services and care to the residents, patients, family members and staff members at a local assisted care living facility. He provides care with humor and an ability to make all feel comfortable.
Marge visits and takes Communion to all of the sick and home bound parishioners of her church. She organizes a monthly Mass at a nearby retirement home and leads a Bereavement Ministry at her parish.
These are just a few of the people who will be recognized at the annual White Mass during National Caregivers Month in November at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral downtown. They each will receive a white flower, sash and certificate in honor of their selfless service in caring for others.
With nearly one out of every three people in the United States caring for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend, chances are you know a caregiver worthy of recognition. Visit White Mass today and register someone special for this service.