Homebound Ministry


This important session will explain how we can use appropriate communication for those with dementia and their families and the basics of validation therapy and compassionate communication. We will discuss the reality of dementia and how to best serve the needs of the families as they journey through the grief process of their loved one’s disease. Learn of successful activities to initiate with those with dementia to aid in reminiscence therapy and compassionate touch.

Planted in the house of the LORD,
they shall flourish in the courts of our God.
They shall bear fruit even in old age,
they will stay fresh and green,
To proclaim: “The LORD is just;
my rock, in whom there is no wrong.

— Psalms 92: 14-16

Catholic Diocese of Dallas is pleased to announce the Homebound Ministry Initiative.

This initiative, in connection with the televised Mass, will offer a way to connect you with your parish community for spiritual companionship, and pastoral care.

His Excellency, Bishop Burns has said, “Our hope is to continue the care to you, our faithful, who are unable to participate in Sunday Mass through this homebound ministry initiative.”

Persons who are sick or homebound are much more than their sickness or inability to participate fully in the parish. They offer gifts of faith, prayer, life experience, and more, that our parishes need.

Please pray with us that the homebound ministry initiative will provide hope and spiritual healing for many people in our diocese!

Watch Mass Online

Television Broadcast Every Sunday

KDFI 27 at 11:00 A.M (English) 
Univision 23 at 11:00 A.M. (Spanish)


Español – 10:00 A.M.
English – 11:00 A.M.

Make a Gift to the Homebound Ministry

As the Catholic Diocese of Dallas continues to accompany those who remain homebound, we invite you to make a financial gift to help us evangelize through our Homebound Ministry. 

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