*ALERT: Catholic Senior Connection parish pilots now underway! . . . click here for more info
Catholic Senior Connection (CSC) is a new service five CSS affiliates are piloting in five regions across the Archdiocese, providing surrounding parishes with a Care Consultant, who is a regional resource for parishes and older adults, including parish nurses, pastoral ministers and volunteers – to help connect seniors and their families to the local parish, health care and other needed services. Click HERE to find out more about this exciting new service and phone numbers you can call to get in touch with a regional Care Consultant!
What Is CSS?
CSS is a consortium of six Catholic senior care providers ("affiliates"), collaborating with the Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis and parishes to better connect seniors to services.
CSS Affiliate Organizations
Benedictine Health System
Board Chair: Auxiliary Bishop Lee Piche
Board members: CEO's from each of the Catholic senior care providers in the Archdiocese:
The mission of CSS is rooted in the mission of the Archdiocese of St. Paul & Minneapolis, to affirm the profound dignity and value of all human persons. We believe human life must be respected from conception to natural death.
We respond to the example of Christ, the servant of all, in our mission serving the needs of seniors in both body and soul.
We are committed to the Church's preferential love for the poor. We help the underserved with compassion and responsible stewardship.
CSS Affiliates Reaching Out To Support Parishes and Seniors - Catholic Senior Connection
Genevieve (not pictured) is a senior in our archdiocese. She is 78 years old, a widow and has been a devout Catholic her whole life. She has served her parish in several capacities, sending her children through the parish school, and is a proud grandmother.
She has spent her life in selfless giving to her family, her parish and her neighbors. She is part of that generation that made America great.
Her children have moved away, due to the ebb and flow of careers, and she is increasingly isolated from her past friends and parish community, not by choice, but rather because of the increasing limitations of age. More >