Sick, Elderly, and the Infirm

We provide comprehensive, compassionate care and spiritual sustenance to the elderly in their homes, in retirement settings, in long-term care facilities, and in hospitals and hospices as well as to people of all ages who are ill and suffering. We serve all in our care with mercy and a healing presence, reminding those we serve of God’s unconditional love.

Since our arrival in North America in the late nineteenth century, we have been serving the needs of the elderly, the infirm, and the sick, forging one of our earliest such ministries in Manitowoc, Wisconsin in 1887—a ministry that continues to flourish today.

Angela Hospice Home Care – Livonia, MI

A Felician-sponsored ministry located on the Felician Sisters’ campus in Livonia, MI, Angela Hospice Home Care was the first freestanding inpatient hospice facility in Michigan. In response to community need, the Care Center saw an expansion of its facilities, now offering 32 private patient rooms along with a family gathering area, a large family kitchen, an outdoor atrium, and a chapel. Angela Hospice also serves pediatric patients with the “My Nest Is Best” program for seriously ill children and their families. Angela Hospice continues to provide Hospice Home Care where individuals can enjoy the comforts of home while receiving compassionate, professional care. A pioneer in hospice care, Angela Hospice continues to provide comprehensive, compassionate care, rooted in the Gospel values of justice, dignity, and mercy.
For more information, please visit www.angelahospice.org

Felician Adult Day Care – Enfield, CT

The Felician Adult Day Care, housed on the Felician Sisters’ Enfield campus, offers adults with cognitive impairments a day program providing safe, warm, individualized care including nutritional guidance, assistance with activities of daily living, recreational activities, and access to medical providers specializing in cognitive impairment.
For more information about this ministry, please visit www.felicianadultdaycare.org

Felician Village – Manitowoc, WI

Felician Village offers a continuum of care living options to seniors on one campus in northeastern Wisconsin—from independent and assisted living options, to long-term care at St. Mary’s Home, one of the earliest Felician ministries in North America. A comprehensive senior living environment, Felician Village also offers  memory care, comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services, and 24-hour nursing care. Felician Village continues its legacy of quality, comprehensive, compassionate care that respects the dignity of each individual served.
For more information, please visit www.felicianvillage.org 

Marywood Nursing Care Center – Livonia, MI

Dedicated to its mission to provide exceptional and compassionate care to all they serve, the Marywood Nursing Care Center on the Felician Sisters’ campus in Livonia, MI, is a skilled nursing care center providing short- and long-term services, from skilled nursing and rehabilitation services, to extended stays, long-term care, and hospice care. This Felician-sponsored ministry strives to continually promote and maintain purpose, dignity, hope, and wellness for each and every individual it serves.
For more information, please visit www.marywoodnursingcarecenter.org

St. Anne Home – Greensburg, PA

St. Anne Home is a Felician-sponsored ministry providing a continuum of care and supportive services—from independent living to personal care services at Villa Angela to intermediate and skilled nursing care at the St. Anne Home Nursing Center—in a caring, compassionate environment imbued with Felician values.
For more information visit www.stannehome.org

St. Francis Residence – Enfield, CT

St. Francis Residence, also housed on the Felician Sisters’ Enfield campus, offers adults aged 55 and over independent living in rental housing ranging from studio, one bedroom, and two bedroom apartments. The mission of St. Francis Residence is to provide a safe, nurturing and peaceful environment that respects the sacredness and dignity of each resident.
For more information, please visit www.stfrancisresidence.org

St. Ignatius Home – Philadelphia, PA

With a distinguished 60-year history of providing long-term care to thousands of low-income elderly in the Delaware Valley of Pennsylvania, St. Ignatius Home continues its legacy of skilled nursing care and compassionate service to impoverished and infirm elderly of the region. A Felician-sponsored ministry, St. Ignatius Home, along with its independent living facility, Angela Court, is dedicated to improving and enhancing the spiritual, physical and social needs of the elderly, providing a range of services including memory care, respiratory therapy and sponsored social activities—all designed to promote the well-being and enhance the functional capabilities of every individual in their care as well as to enhance and respect the dignity of every individual that they serve.
For more information visit www.stignatiusnursinghome.org

Villa St. Francis – Milwaukee, WI

Villa St. Francis is a Felician-sponsored ministry providing a caring, home-like living environment for more than 100 residents with a variety of care needs—from seniors who are looking for a setting that provides independent living to those who require help with activities of daily living to respite care. Villa St. Francis is dedicated to providing a nurturing, secure living environment where seniors have the opportunity to live life to the fullest.
For more information, please visit www.villastfrancis.org

In addition to the numerous ministries to the sick and the elderly listed above, we sponsor a ministry for retired clergy at Senior Clergy Village in Livonia, MI, and co-sponsor two hospitals with two other religious congregations. We are a caring and compassionate presence to our infirm, ill, and elderly Sisters, ministering and serving our Sisters within our numerous Felician Care Centers throughout North America. We also serve the spiritual needs of the elderly, sick, and infirm through pastoral visits in their homes, in hospitals, hospices, or other care facilities, sharing the Word of God, Eucharist, and prayer.