The services of Holy Family Memorial’s Pastoral Care staff are available to all those receiving care within HFM’s health network. Providing spiritual care and emotional support in times of illness, suffering and crisis, the Pastoral Care staff helps people participate more fully in the healing love of Jesus. They minister with compassionate concern, respectful of the dignity of each person and aware of the value of total healthcare.
The Pastoral Care staff consists of both men and women who are trained and certified as chaplains. They work together with community clergy, physicians, nurses and all healthcare employees to meet the needs of patients and their families.
A member of Holy Family Memorial’s Pastoral Care staff is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Please call the Pastoral Care office at 920-320-2347 or 920-320-2317 during regular business hours (M-F); on weekends or after hours, please call the main switchboard and ask for the on-call chaplain.
Our Pastoral Care staff is trained to help you learn more about the following:
- Advance directives.
- Pre-hospital Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) and resuscitation.
- Withholding/withdrawal of life sustaining procedures.
- Religious/spiritual issues.
- Sacramental support.
- Dying, death and grief.
- Coping skills.
- Concerns in your life today.
Holy Family Memorial’s chapel is open at all times for private prayer or reflection. All are welcome to take advantage of this space.
Mass is held in the Chapel on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
Patients are welcome to attend services with the permission of their physician.
Mass Intentions and Candles
Special intentions are offered at each Mass. Candles may be lit in honor or memory of your loved one.
Mass intentions: $10
For an intention or candle, print the form from the pdf below and include your payment:
- Drop it in the Chapel donation box
- Bring it to the Pastoral Care Department at Holy Family Memorial
- Mail to:
Holy Family Memorial
P.O. Box 1450
Manitowoc, WI 54221-1450
Contact the Pastoral Care office at 920-320-2347 or 920-320-2317.
Mass Intention and Candle form (pdf file)
Holy Communion for Catholic patients is available daily. Communion for Protestant patients can be arranged through the Pastoral Care staff. They will assist in contacting the specific pastor of one’s faith community. Reconciliation (Confession) and Anointing of the Sick is available on request.