Carmelite Sisters at St. Margaret Hall
St. Margaret Hall is blessed to be the home of Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm. Called to minister specifically to the elderly, the Sisters are a loving and compassionate presence within our community.
St. Margaret Hall’s Carmelite Sisters visit with residents throughout the day, providing companionship, encouragement, and sharing the love of Jesus Christ. St. Margaret Hall is located in Cincinnati’s Hyde Park area.
- Sanctity of Life - Our belief is that all life is sacred, and we advocate especially on behalf of the elderly. Our care witnesses to the gospel message of Jesus and the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church.
- Hospitality - Our belief is that each home should provide a welcoming, person-centered environment and atmosphere of a “Home”. Personal warmth, love and holistic care, which encompasses residents’ physical, social, psychological, emotional and spiritual needs, are our hallmarks. Guided by our Catholic tradition, we seek to honor the spiritual journeys of all peoples of all faiths.
- Shared Commitment - Our belief is that quality of care is attained by a team spirit that has a shared sense of achievement, accountability, ideas, insights and the commitment to the wise stewardship of resources. Treating one another respectfully and justly, and joining together for our common Mission, will enable us to continue to move forward with the time.
- Compassion - Our belief is that each person is created in the image of God as an object of his personal love, and, as such, we are to bring hope, healing and comfort to all we encounter in our ministry. In the words of Venerable Mary Angeline Teresa, we strive to be “kinder than kindness itself”.
The Carmelite Sisters describe their calling:
“We are women who share a vision that love makes a difference in the world. We are diverse in age, background and training but are united in our belief that life is precious, from the moment of conception to its natural end. Life is full of memories pieced together to form God’s handwoven tapestry. Our story is tied to the story of every man and woman at the autumn of life – their joys and sorrows, their plains and consolations, their love of family, their hopes and dreams, their love of about holding the hand of an aged person and giving meaning to their lives. It is about being a mother, sister, a daughter and a friend to someone who is another’s mother, sister, friend and loved one.”
To learn more about our services, please call us at 513.487.3553, or contact us online by filling out the form on this page. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your specific needs and how we may serve you!
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