Our mission is to offer the complement of modern medical care with the healing presence of Jesus Christ to the minds, bodies and spirits of all people, young and old. We offer medical care, support, and resource services.
We recognize each patient as an individual and seek their integration as a healthy member of the family which in turn benefits the health of society.
We view fertility as a cooperative with God and educate families to understand, appreciate, and work with it in the healthy and dignified manner for which it is intended.
We especially welcome the poor, disenfranchised, and women and men experiencing crisis pregnancies or grief after abortion. We do not discriminate because of financial, racial, cultural, or religious preference.
St. Catherine is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Your contribution is vital for us to provide health care and pregnancy resources to those in need. We greatly appreciate your generosity and support.
Front Office – Molly Wilmington
Office Assistant – Robyn Usselman
Pregnancy Resource/Office Manager – Kelsie Rowenhorst
Registered Nurses (RN)- Jo Durant, Shelley Martel, Cecelia Notess
Nurse Practitioner – Desiree Cavan
Clinic Director/Nurse Practitioner – Marybeth Adams
Catherine Benincasa was born on March 25, 1347, in Siena. Her life was destined to be extraordinary, an example of a life devoted entirely to Jesus.
Saint Catherine had immense compassion for people who were sick, and she devoted much energy to helping and serving them. Throughout her life, St. Catherine suffered horrific physical pain and ailments, all of which she stood joyfully. She died on April 29, 1380, which is her Feast Day, at the age of thirty-three. St. Catherine was canonized in 1461 by Pope Pius II.
Honored as a spiritual mother, St. Catherine is the patron of sickness, illness, nurses and nursing services, mothers, and miscarriages.
Catherine was mocked for her fervent devotion and she is the patron of people who are ridiculed for their piety.
Plagued by temptations, yet able to overcome them, she is the patron saint of temptation, and can have special meaning for anyone who has fear.