Apostolate of Catholic healthcare professionals.
Curatio is an apostolate in response to Blessed John Paul II’s invitation to the new evangelization. As Catholic health care professionals we come together for the purpose of mutual support & prayer. Spirituality of Curatio is foundational to being a member.
Curatio promotes a collaborative effort within all aspects of health care to better serve the needs of our patients. Service in medicine is a vocation and it must be renewed. Join us in renewing your faith!
Annual White Mass for Healthcare Workers
Healthcare workers, along with their spouses and families, are invited to this special Mass in honor of our patron Saint Luke! Archbishop Bernard Hebda will be the celebrant. Reception immediately following in Hayden Hall (Cathedral, lower level).
Sponsored by the Saint Paul and Minneapolis Guild of the Catholic Medical Association and Curatio: An Apostolate of Catholic Healthcare Professionals in cooperation with the archdiocesan Office of Marriage, Family and Life.
Instruments of healing
Profession, vocation and mission meet and, in the Christian vision of life and health, they are mutually integrated.
Being Christ to Others
As we restore our relationship with the sick to one of solidarity and compassion, we respect the inherent dignity of the human person.
Like the Good Samaritan we care for our ‘neighbor in need” seeing Christ in others and being Christ for others.
The First Friday of every month is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and vitally important to us.
In Curatio, our mission and vision in health care is “Healing from the Heart of Christ.” Prayer and developing a loving relationship with Christ is foundational to our apostolate. Curatio’s Chaplain, Father Allan Paul Eilen offers Mass for the intentions and for the mission of Curatio each First Friday.
Everyone is welcome to join us for an Holy Hour followed by Benediction, at 7 pm-8 pm, at Sacred Heart Church 4087 West Broadway, Robbinsdale on the Thursday prior to First Friday.
Every day of the week a Curatio member offers a Holy Hour for your prayer intentions as well.
“You bring to the sick-room and to the operating table something of God’s Charity, of the love and tenderness of Christ, the great Doctor of the soul and body.” -Pope John Paul II
Every First Friday Curatio’s Chaplain Father Allan Paul Eilen offers Mass for the intentions and for the mission of Curatio. If you have any prayer request email email@example.com and Father will include those intentions. We have Curatio members who offer a Holy Hour one day a week for Curatio- they also will include your prayer intentions.