Felician Children’s Center is dedicated to providing children with a healthy, happy, and engaging experience rooted in Catholic values. The program offers Montessori Preschool and Kindergarten Program for children 3 to 6 years of age and Infant, Toddler, Preschool, and Kindergarten Readiness Program is also available for children 2 weeks to 6 years of age. Most engagingly, FCC offers emergency child care for foster parents in need of child care at a moment’s notice.
EMS promotes the spiritual and human development of the child and wakens the desire to make the communities in which they live and the global community stronger. The school “aims not only for academic achievement, but for the total development of the individual person by developing his/her spiritual, intellectual, and physical powers.”
FELU sits on 37 acres of land in Lodi and East Rutherford, just 20 minutes from Manhattan, Felician University offers 55 majors, minors, and concentrations across academic programs in nursing, business, education, and arts and sciences. Its Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) is ranked as one of the best online graduate nursing programs by U.S. News and World Report in 2018. Is ranked the #1 Safest College Campus in New Jersey in 2018, according to niche.com.
For over 30 years, Angela Hospice has been providing comprehensive, compassionate, and Christ-like hospice care to the community of Southeast Michigan. A pioneer in the hospice movement, Angela Hospice opened the first freestanding inpatient hospice center of its kind in Michigan, and developed specialized prenatal and pediatric programs.
Supported by the Bishop of the Diocese of Charleston, South Carolina, Felician Center serves people in Williamsburg County struggling to meet basic needs through the St. Felix Food Pantry, St. Clare Clothing Closet, Blessed Angela Meal, eye/dental and prescription program, and the Francis Marion University Health Care Programs. A learning center provides educational opportunities for improved school performance, along with moral and spiritual development.
HNMCS is an independent, Catholic school for girls in grades 5 through 12 educating young women in a dynamic learning environment that builds confidence and encourages leadership. Founded by the Felician Sisters in 1964 and closed by the Dufferin-Peel public-Catholic Board in the early 2000s, in September 2008, reopened supported by St. Michael’s College School of Toronto and the Felician Sisters. Focus on 21st Century skills, co-curriculars, and university prep.
Madonna University offers associate and bachelor’s degrees in more than 100 career-focused majors. Graduate School delivers more than 30 master’s programs and one doctoral nursing program. Celebrates more than 50 years of excellence in nursing education. First in the country to offer a bachelor’s degree in Sign Language Studies. Only formal University-based program for hospice and palliative studies at the bachelor’s and master’s levels.
Felician Senior Services provides two types of services in Enfield, CT. Felician Adult Day Center has a home-away-from-home setting and gives cognitively impaired adults and their caregivers an innovative choice in health care. The Center has a high staff/client ratio that allows safe, warm, individualized care in a “home away from home setting.” St. Francis Residence provides a safe, nurturing, and peaceful environment that respects the sacredness and worth of each resident for seniors looking for independent living.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School is a co-ed high school nestled on a hill just outside of Pittsburgh. Rooted in Catholic Felician Franciscan tradition, OLSH educates and transforms each student for a life of exceptional Christian leadership, stewardship, and service to all. OLSH, with its newest Strategic Plan, will build upon momentum and focus on elevating its status, structure, and systems. It plans to measure performance and outcomes as well as strengthen its short and long-term financial position.
Villa Maria Colleges serves as the premier student-centered institution in Western New York. VMC has a 9:1 student-to-faculty ratio, which gives students almost unlimited access to faculty, facilities, and equipment. It means that offering academic programs, athletic programs, and student life programs that give students a complete college experience, and leaves them prepared to succeed after graduation.
Felician Village provides quality, resident-focused senior living where dignity and self-worth are valued, lives enriched and relationships celebrated. Felician Village works with every resident to design a lifestyle that best suits his or her needs. Our goal is to help residents maintain maximum independence with the knowledge that support services are available if needed. Services range from independent living to dementia care.
McGuire Memorial is a co-sponsored ministry of the Our Lady of Hope Province and the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Forming a joy-filled community motivated by Christian values, McGuire Memorial provides services to people with intellectual and physical disabilities that may include complex medical conditions: offering supportive services to their families and caregivers providing specialized services to individuals on the autism spectrum.
A Wisconsin Choice School, St. Joseph Academy provides care and education for children from the age of six weeks through eighth grade. St. Joseph Academy is a Catholic educational organization sponsored by the Felician Sisters. Its mission is to educate children to be successful, lifelong learners and problem solvers. SJA is in tune with and responsive to the needs of the community.
Marywood Nursing Care Center is a not-for-profit, dually certified Medicare and Medicaid skilled nursing care center providing patient-centered short-term and long-term healthcare services. Offering a full range of personalized services, from skilled nursing and rehabilitation services, extended stays, long-term care and hospice care, Marywood is available 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year.
St. Anne’s Family Services works together to build safe, nurturing and resilient families—from pregnancy to parenthood and childhood to adulthood—for generations to come. The ministry focus has been, and will continue to be, to provide support, hope guidance, and empowerment to those in their care. Through high-quality residential services, supportive housing, early childhood education, workforce development, mental health and community-based services, St. Anne’s guides children, youth and families toward achieving resilience through their health and wellbeing, and helps them remain together in a safe and nurturing environment. Whatever their need or situation may be, St. Anne’s is able to tailor their quality and caring services to meet them where they are.
St. Anne’s joined the community of Felician-Sponsored Ministries in February 2021.
For over 50 years, St. Anne Home has been committed to offering superior health care services to the senior members of our community. As a faith-based facility, we are focused on providing spiritual, social, and emotional support in addition to the level of care that is specific to our residents’ individual needs. St. Anne Home offers intermediate and skilled nursing care.
Dedicated to providing support to some of the most marginalized individuals in Toronto’s downtown core, St. Felix Center offers services and programs for guests in a safe, welcoming, and respectful environment inclusive of all religions, genders, cultures, and abilities. All peoples are treated with respect and dignity, regardless of circumstance, in the Felician-Franciscan tradition.
Nestled in the woods of a 35-acre site, Senior Clergy Village offers stately, gracious living for the active, independent senior clergyman. While privacy and integrity are maintained, there is a neighborhood atmosphere as well. Senior Clergy Village is dedicated to the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of each resident.
For well over twenty-five years, the Pantry has been a safety net for people struggling to support their families in times of crisis. We provide, free of charge, food, clothing, household items, and referral services. But people served by the Pantry need more than food, clothing, and household items; they need respect for their dignity, compassion for their suffering, hope for their children, and a place that welcomes and empowers them for their journey. The need for these services has grown in relation to the economic downturn: loss of jobs, rise in food and fuel costs, and recent cutbacks in welfare and healthcare benefits. Weekly, the pantry provides food for 1,000 individuals.
Located in West Philadelphia, St. Ignatius Nursing & Rehab Center is a Catholic Healthcare Ministry of the Felician Franciscan Sisters. SINRC offers resident and patient personal choice and quality care with an emphasis on spiritual, psychological and social needs. SINRC welcomes all regardless of race, religion, or ability to pay. Approximately 70% of the people it serves are low income.
Villa St. Francis offers assisted living to individuals in need of such services in Milwaukee, WI. Additionally, it provides respite care for families in need of short-term respite care due to vacation or other needs. Villa St. Francis is beginning to expand to include dementia care services as well.
Operating in partnership with the Felician Sisters, SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital – Centralia has a strong history of over 100 years of community engagement. Our 125-bed, inpatient hospital specializes in several types of care including: behavioral health conditions, cancer, maternity, occupational medicine, weight management services, wound care and many more.