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Request Anointing of the Sick

For Anointing of the Sick or Communion for homebound or hospitalized Catholics, please contact the Church office at 479-636-4020 or email Gloria Morse at gloriam@svdprogers.com

Priest Consultations

To schedule an appointment with one of our priest or to schedule a home blessing, please contact the Church office at 479-636-4020 or email Gloria Morse at gloriam@svdprogers.com

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Prayer Request

Galatians 6:2 tells us, “Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Praying for one another is a powerful way for us to bear one another's burdens. To submit your prayer request online, please complete the form below.

Journeying Through Grief
Bereavement Ministry

"The Lord is near to the brokenhearted, and saves the crushed in spirit.” Ps.34:18

 

Grief is a process, a journey of healing and acceptance. We are a group founded on bringing together those who are seeking support during a time of great grief. We minister to those searching for an understanding of how to cope after losing a loved one causing a life-changing event to occur. Our purpose is to encourage one another to give and receive what is needed during the grieving process.

 

Interested in participating? Contact, Dc. Dan Grelle

dang@svdprogers.com   | (479) 640-6305

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Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Mother Teresa Conference

The Rogers, AR chapter of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international lay Catholic organization dedicated to helping those in need, especially those needing emergency financial assistance. Their main role is to provide loving and compassionate interest in individuals, where contact with Christ emerges.

 

svdpmtc.org

Need Assistance?  (479) 616-1242

Feed Rogers

A program of the Northwest Arkansas Food Bank and in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church & the Society of St. Vincent de Paul since 2022. Feed Rogers is a free client-choice pantry that allows our guests to select their own food, rather than receiving a pre-packed or standard bag of groceries. We know that anyone can experience food insecurity, and welcome all to our center. It is our top priority is to create an environment where neighbors feel safe and that they are treated with dignity and respect by staff and volunteers. nwafoodbank.org/feedrogers

Location: 216 S. 13th Street, Rogers, AR 72756

 

Hours:

Wed. 9:00am -1:00pm, Thurs. 2:30pm - 6:30pm,

Fri. 9:00am - 1:00pm, Sat. 8:00am - 12:00pm

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Are you Pregnant?

Do not worry. There are hundreds of people in Northwest Arkansas waiting to serve you. Check out the resources below:

 

  • Loving Choices Pregnancy Center

lovingchoices.org

  • Compassion House

compassionhouse.us

  • Catholic Adoption Services

dolr.org/catholic-charities/adoption

 

Holy Family Foster Care & Adoption Ministry

The Holy Family Foster Care & Adoption Support Ministry provides respite care for foster families and provides ongoing support services to foster care and adoption families in NWA through guidance, childcare and donations.

Contact Camas Maroney

fostersupportministry@svdprogers.com

 

Other useful links:

TheProjectZero.org

TheCallInArkansas.org

Are you being called to adopt a child?

Catholic Adoption Services

SavingGraceNWA.org

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Peace After Divorce

Are you separated? Are you in the process of rebuilding your life after divorce—trying hard to forgive, forget, and make a fresh start—but finding it difficult? Peace After Divorce is a 12-week video program here at St. Vincent de Paul that meets together as a small group and brings hope and healing to those who have experienced the pain of a broken marriage. Presentations cover topics such as shock, grief, anger, forgiveness, finances, annulment, and relationships with children and former spouse.

 

Interested in joining? Contact,

Maria Tolan    |    marriagemin@svdprogers.com

Arkansas 211 Services

Ever wonder how to find health and community services when you or someone you know needs help?Whether you want to give or get help, 211 is the confidential, free, 24-hour a day, and multilingual way to locate hundreds of human services in your area. arkansas211.org

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Report Abuse

The Catholic Diocese of Little Rock is committed to protecting children and young people. If you are aware of abuse or have been abused by Clerics, church volunteers, or church workers, please contact:

State of Arkansas Hotline for Crimes Against Children

1-800-482-5964

Dc. Matthew A. Glover, Chancellor for Canonical Affairs

(501) 664-0340 Ext. 361

For pastoral assistance, please contact:

Laura Gottsponer, Victims Assistance Coordinator

(501) 664-0340 Ext. 425

Diocese of Little Rock

2500 N. Tyler Street, Little Rock, AR 72207

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