Spiritual care

Since its foundation by the Sisters of Charity of our Lady, Mother of Mercy, Regina Hospital has considered spiritual care as an essential element of the service it provides to patients, residents, their families and staff.

The spiritual care team is trained in the arts of listening, dialogue and counseling. Staff members provide opportunities for prayer, sacred scripture and the sacraments, for those who find this helpful. The team also helps people to explore their religious beliefs and basic values in order to facilitate the healing of body, mind and spirit.

A resident chaplain is available to patients and residents on a 24-hour basis. Regina Hospital has an ecumenical approach to spiritual care and wishes to accommodate the religious needs of patients and residents who wish to invite visits from pastors or clergy of any particular church or religion. Local clergy are welcome to visit their congregation members at Regina Hospital.

Regina Hospital Chapel services

The Chapel is open 24 hours a day for private personal prayer. Daily Mass can be viewed on closed circuit TV in the nursing home, assisted living and throughout the facility. Residents can also visit the Chapel via closed circuit TV around the clock.

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Call 651-404-1378
Chapel services

4 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday:  
9:30 a.m.

Wednesday - Word and Communion:
9:30 a.m.

10 a.m.  

Ecumenical worship led by area pastors 
Wednesday: 3 p.m.

Daily: 4 p.m.