Feb - 10th
"For our sakes God made him who did not know sin to be sin, so that in him we might become the very holiness of God."
2 Cor. 5:21

Lenten Days

Wednesdays of Lent

Job Opening—Nurse Aide


Nurse Aide

The Sisters of St. Francis are also seeking a Nurse Aide to provide nursing care for our Sisters residing in assisted living at the motherhouse.  Applicants must be a STNA with 3–5 years experience in a long term care setting.  Experience in foot care preferred. 

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Jeanine Alvarado, Director of HR, 200 Saint Francis Avenue, Tiffin, OH  44883, email jalvarado@tiffinfranciscans.org or apply in person.


Mercy Tiffin and Mercy Willard Hospitals recognize Sister Janet Hay for 25 Years of Service



Mercy Tiffin and Mercy Willard Hospitals recognize Sister Janet Hay for 25 Years of Service

Tiffin, Ohio (November 16, 2015) – Sister Janet Hay  began work at Mercy Tiffin Hospital and Mercy Willard Hospital as director of mission and pastoral care on October 15, 1990.  She clearly remembers the day she arrived.  “I was warmly welcomed by the two CEOs, Sister Marie Catherine Wise of Mercy Tiffin and James Detwiller of Mercy Willard.  That day was the beginning of a special ministry serving the spiritual needs of patients and their families; bringing a presence and life to the mission and values among the employees, physicians and volunteers of both hospitals”, said Sister Janet. Read the rest of this entry »

Sr. Ellen Lamberjack was recently featured in the Global Sisters Report

 US women religious look back on El Salvador martyrs, ahead to delegation to mark 35th anniversary

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(Sister Ellen is seated second from the left)

Sr. Louise Lears doesn’t know what she will experience in El Salvador — but she knows it will change her.

Lears and 116 others are spending a week in the Central American country, visiting the site where three sisters and a lay missioner were killed 35 years ago. They also plan to visit the site where six Jesuit priests and two others were slain, see martyred Archbishop Oscar Romero‘s crypt, and visit memorials to the thousands of disappeared during El Salvador’s civil war.

“All these years I’ve read about the places we will go,” Lears told GSR before leaving. “I’ve thought about, prayed about, wondered about the people with whom we will speak. I’ve wanted to stand in those places, hear those voices, talk to the mothers of the disappeared.”

Read the entire article here

“Live a Life of No Regrets” presented by Robert Rogers on October 15, 2015

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