Lighting the way for senior care. For Light of Hearts Villa, located in Bedford, Ohio, this assertion is not simply a tagline but rather a statement that permeates every aspect of the organization’s day-to-day operations. Founded in 1989 by the Vincentian Sisters of Charity, the spirit of the Villa is marked by the charism of…

For over 90 years, Catholic Charities Community Services of Summit County (CCCS/SC) has welcomed children and adults to grow in nature, community and spirit at Camp Christopher. Sponsored by the Diocese of Cleveland, Camp Christopher provides a wide range of experiences from residential camp to day camps, camp for children and adults with disabilities, leadership…

Through Music & Memory, residents are able to listen to their favorite music through the popular iPod digital music player and headphones The Village at Marymount recently received its second grant in as many months to help develop the Music & Memory Program for residents. The latest grant was awarded by the Sisters of Charity…

“Our national CEO said it best; where secular social service groups seek to create a program to serve the poor and disadvantaged, we are already in their living rooms.” These words by John Litten, Executive Director of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Cleveland, sum up the essence of the 151 year old organization….

CLEVELAND, OHIO – Catholic Community Connection (CCC) is pleased to annou nce Marian Rubin as its new president, effective July 1, 2016. A business development professional, Marian brings a deep faith commitment and considerable experience in Catholic ministries as well as time spent in multi-national corporations and independent consulting. John Stoner, President/CEO of The Village…

“The philosophy of care for those with disabilities is changing across Ohio,” said Gina Kerman, Executive Director of Rose-Mary Center. “Rose-Mary Center sees this new direction as an opportunity to enhance the lives of the children and young adults in our care and allow them to become more independent and integrated members of the community.”…

Responding With Compassionate Care Ninety years ago a contingent of St. Joseph sisters from Germany arrived in the Diocese of Cleveland at the request of Bishop Schrembs. They settled on a plot of land in Euclid, Ohio and became the Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Mark. Over the next nine decades they built their…

Walking through the front doors of Regina Health Center, you are immediately faced with the stunning view of the chapel. Not only is the chapel central to the layout of the building, but it is central to the rhythm of life at Regina. Regina Health Center, located on the Mount Augustine Campus in Richfield Ohio,…

Many college students looking forward to careers post-academia seek experience to prepare them for the “real world” of employment. A growing trend that many universities and colleges have adopted which fulfills this objective is to offer a service-learning component to the class syllabus. A pedagogical practice that integrates service and academic learning, service-learning promotes increased…

via The Washington Post: While opening the holy doors at St. Peter’s Basilica on Tuesday, Pope Francis launched a jubilee year of mercy, which begins today through Nov. 20, 2016 — a year that puts forgiveness before judgment. For many, the details of the year of mercy can be difficult to parse: What makes this year…

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