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(39.97484,-82.8596)
 

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Mission Statement

We, the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm, as women of the Church inspired by Mother M. Angeline Teresa, respond with faith, courage and love to the healing ministry of Christ. Our philosophy is steeped in her words: "Our apostolate is not only to staff and operate up-to-date homes for the aged, but as religious, it is to bring Christ to every old person under our care. Bringing Christ means giving them His compassion, His interest, His loving care, His warmth - morning, noon and night. It means inspiring the lay people who work with us to give the same type of loving care." Our mission is reflected in the philosophy of care inherent in all policies and practices promulgated within the health care facility under our supervision, thereby charging the administration, boards of directors and medical staff with promoting the Christian mission of healing and care.

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The Villas at Saint Therese is a Catholic sponsored assisted living/independent living facility that opened in 1998. Since then, we have cared for hundreds of older adults who were in that 'gray area' - those not needing skilled nursing care , but in need of a safe, supportive home.

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