Spiritual Life

A community spirit does not just happen of itself. It flows from people who share a common tradition and strive for a common goal outside themselves. Preserve among yourselves a unity, peace, love and kindness. Practice toward one another gentleness, understanding and cooperation.    — Blessed Mary Angela

The Marywood Holy Family Chapel was dedicated on December 18, 2010 and is open to all denominations. Floor to ceiling windows provide sweeping views of Marywood's beautiful grounds and surround the altar cross, creating a "floating" and inspiring visual centerpiece. The stained glass feature adds a transcendental quality to the chapel, illuminating the room in hues of blue.

Retired priests from Senior Clergy Village provide spiritual support, anointing of the sick and celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on Sundays. Marywood's rich tradition continues as Felician Sisters, seminarians from Sacred Heart Major Seminary and spiritual care staff offer bedside visits, prayer, support and Holy Communion as they visit residents and their families daily. Marywood's full-time Pastoral Care Supervisor visits residents and for those unable to attend regular services, bedside visits including Holy Communion are available.

Worship Schedule
MASS: Sunday 11:00 a.m.
ROSARY: Monday–Friday 11:30 a.m.
PROTESTANT SERVICE: Every Wednesday 11:00 a.m.
ANNUAL MEMORIAL MASS: November of each year

A Way to Give
We understand that your giving choices are very personal to you, so we are very grateful to those who choose to make charitable contributions to support our mission.

Holy Family Chapel
Sponsoring the transformation of stained glass creating a "floating" and inspiring visual centerpiece surrounding the altar cross.

Sponsor a Brick, Memorial Brick Pathway
Sponsoring a brick paver is a nice way in which to honor or remember a loved one or special person in your life.

Therapy Gym Equipment
Sponsoring state-of-the-art therapy equipment supports and promotes our residents independence through recovery of strength, mobility, endurance, flexibility and activities of daily living.



Respect for Human Dignity
Solidarity with the Poor
Justice & Peace

It is a honor and grace to serve the residents of Marywood. Whether I am exchanging smiles, offering support and encouragement through shared conversation, prayers, or song, bringing bedside Holy Communion or holding the hand of the sick and the dying; I know I have touched the heart of Christ through the people I served today.

Maureen Gorie
Pastoral Care Coordinator
Marywood Nursing Care Center