Cultures and Spiritual Traditions is now Dictionary of Patients’ Cultural and Spiritual Values

Posted by ksozenbe in Pastoral Care Events on 24. Aug, 2012 | Comments Off

The Dictionary of Patients' Spiritual and Cultural Values for Health Care Professionals is now ready. The document can be found at the tab on the upper left of this page of this blog.  Now the 89 page document is available for staff as assistance in caring for our patients.  We trust that you find this resource helpful. 

Ash Wednesday at UTMB

Posted by ksozenbe in Uncategorized on 17. Feb, 2012 | Comments Off

Ashes will be available in the UTMB Hospital Chapel in John Sealy Towers (room 1.202)  on Wednesday, February 22 from 1230 to 230pm. All are welcome.

Please cal the Pastoral Care office for patients requesting Ashes.  Pastoral Care office is ext 23909.

Ash Wednesday at Holy Family Parish

Posted by ksozenbe in Uncategorized on 17. Feb, 2012 | Comments Off

February 22, 2012
for Holy Family Parish
Galveston, Texas
 7 am    Mass & Ashes          HFP-St. Patrick                        Fr. Maynard/Deacon Buzz
 9 am    Mass & Ashes          HFP-St. Patrick                     Fr. John T./Deacon Henry Becker
12 pm    Mass & Ashes          HFP-Holy Rosary         Fr. John Paul/Deacon Henry Herrera
12 pm    Ashes only               HFP-Sacred Heart                          /Deacon Sam Dell’Olio
12 pm   Ashes only              HFP-Our Lady by the Sea              /Deacon Robert Standridge
 5 pm    Ashes only                HFP-St. Patrick (Spanish)                 /Deacon Henry Herrera
 7 pm    Mass & Ashes          HFP-Sacred Heart            Cardinal Di Nardo/Deacon Doug
 7 pm    Mass & Ashes           HFP-St. Patrick (Spanish) Fr. John [...]

Thanksgiving 2011–Grace Given To Be Shared

Posted by ksozenbe in Uncategorized on 17. Nov, 2011 | Comments Off

 In this season of Thanksgiving, may we find ways to share grace with those we meet.


Grace Given To Be Shared

Windfalls frequently are answers
to prayers we haven't yet prayed,
for God has a way of blessing us
before we know we have a need.

And often our greatest need
is simply to share with another,
for God's blessings are intended
to be passed on to others.

So God, as He touches us with grace,
whispers softly in our [...]

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