Outreach Ministries at St. Ladislas
As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another
as good stewards of God’s varied grace.
— 1 Peter 4:10
Ames Hospice Meals
Volunteers from St. Ladislas prepare and serve a meal to the patients, families, and visitors at the Ames Family Hospice Center.
Card Ministry for Our Homebound
Volunteers maintain contact with parishioners who are homebound. Greeting cards are sent on a regular basis for holidays, birthdays, and "thinking of you". The list of people who are homebound is shared with volunteers.
The Caritas Choir offers sing-along programs at assisted living facilities in the area.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Volunteers provide handmade prayer shawls available to anyone who needs comfort during times of stress. The making of a prayer shawl is a spiritual practice that embodies the crafters thoughts and prayers for the receiver.
Respect Life Committee
Members of this ministry plan and coordinate a parish program of peaceful Pro-Life activities.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
This committee encourages those in our community to live as Disciples of Jesus through programs, invitations, and prayers.
The ministry to the incarcerated is a collaborative response to the Gospel message in Matthew 25: "When I was in prison, you visited me." Called by the Holy Spirit, we extend the hope of reconciling love in our relationships with the offender, the victim, and their families.
St. Patrick Meal Volunteers
A team of volunteers prepare and distribute meals at St. Patrick Church in Cleveland.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society is an organization of Catholic lay people that strive to live out Jesus' Gospel message of love in their own lives and to personally serve those in need.