Care and Support

Alcoholics Anonymous

All men and women who are alcoholics, or think they may have a problem with alcohol, and families of those with this problem are welcome to attend. All inquiries and attendance will be strictly confidential. Come and participate in the grace of recovery with us. 

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This new ministry is for retirees, or those who work from home but have flexible hours, who will, when called upon, be responsible for, among other things, the set-up and clean-up for the funeral liturgies, distributing Holy Communion, assisting in various ways at the Mass, as well as welcoming families as they enter the Church, and helping them with whatever they may need. If you are interested in participating in this important ministry of mercy contact Fr. Francis.

Care Givers Support

What is Caregiver Support Ministry?

We are offering Caregivers a few hours of relief from their everyday tasks by having 2 volunteers remain with your loved one for a few daytime hours while you take a break. This time can be used for attending Mass, going to a doctor's appointment, going out to lunch with a friend, going shopping, or any way you care to use it. In some cases, we may not be able to provide this ministry of presence and support based on the needs of your loved one, as we are not trained medical personnel. We feel certain however, that there are enough caregivers in the parish who would be eligible for this assistance.

We are also offering “Casseroles for Caregivers” once a month to give you a day off from fixing dinner. Casseroles will be delivered to you on the second Tuesday of each month.

In addition, we have established a Prayer Line to be used by Caregivers for any prayer request(s) you may have, either for your loved one, a special intention, etc. This will be forwarded to our volunteers who will pray for your intention.

If you are interested in any of these services, please call or email:

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Grief Ministry

Grief support is open to all those interested in processing and learning more about coping with the death of a loved one, either recently or in the distant past. Contact Grief Support, Becky Drinks at 410-256-1630, for more information.

Pastoral Ministers

Pastoral Ministers are parishioners who bring Holy Communion to home-bound, elderly, sick, and in assisted living or senior housing facilities Catholics in our parish and community. They also conduct Communion services at assisted living facilities in the parish community.

Training is provided for this vital ministry, and volunteers are always needed. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Director of Pastoral Care Outreach, to volunteer or request a visitation. 

  • 8420 Belair Road
  • Nottingham, MD 21236
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