Ministry and Life Enrichment for the Disabled (Began 1983)
The primary purpose of the department is to provide guidance, support and knowledge through education to all persons with disabilities. The program focuses in providing special Masses for the disable community including the hearing impaired, religious classes, social activities, and home visits for all persons with disabilities in Corpus Christi and surrounding counties. Transportation is provided to those wishing to participate but cannot do so because of the lack of transportation or distance from County to County or City to City.
Office for Persons with a Disability first began in 1983. The program provides area wide educational, spiritual, and recreational programs for the hearing impaired, the deaf, vision impaired, the blind, mentally challenged, and those with a disability that are limited to participate in some social activities.
The mission of the Ministry and Life Enrichment for the Disabled is to bring spiritual, moral support and enrichment to the lives of persons with a disability and their families.
Our goal is to remove limits placed on the ability of the human mind or the potential of the human spirit.
The purpose is to develop and provide services that would help us meet their needs.
- Religious Education
- Recreational Activities
- Life Skills Activities
- Education for the blind, the deaf, and the mentally challenged.
- Summer Camps
Services provided in English, Spanish, Sign Language, and Braille.
Mass is held at 11 am every Sunday in English and Interpreted for the Deaf in
American Sign Language (ASL)
Immaculate Conception Chapel (Blessed John Paul II High School grounds)
3036 Saratoga Blvd.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78415