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915 N. River Road  *  Saginaw, MI 48609  *  (989) 781-3150

Thursday, June 27, 2019

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Religious Observance

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Faith and Religious Observance help to sustain and nourish many of our residents as we believe complete health includes spiritual care.  St. Francis Home welcomes people of all faiths and offers daily Catholic Mass and the rosary in our Chapel.

Spiritual guidance and other Sacraments such as the anointing of the sick are provided by our Chaplain, Father Thai.

 

Monthly Lutheran Services, a weekly Bible study for Catholic and Christians alike, and spiritual songfests, are all part of our service to our residents.  


 

Our Special Elderly

We can learn from Pope Francis how we should care for them!

Pope Francis makes the sign of the Cross on the forehead of an elderly lady

"Old age, in particular, is a time of grace in which the Lord will renew His call: He calls us to preserve and transmit the faith, calls us to pray, especially to intercede; calls us to be close to those who maybe in need."

"A people that does not have care for [the elderly], that does not treat them well, has no future: such a people loses its memory and its roots."

Pope Francis: October, 2014

Live the Word!

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Interested?  Contact the front Office for more information!

A daily reading of sacred scripture keeps you in touch with the plan of God for our salvation.  Each passage helps you to re-discover the love that God has for you indiviually, and us as a whole.  

St. Jerome has said that "Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ."  Take this opportunity to come and listen to what God has to say to you.

Hope to see you there.

  • Testimonials from our families.........

    There aren’t enough words to express our gratefulness to the entire staff of St. Francis Home. You took care of mom with kid gloves and lots of love & friendship. We are so grateful. God Bless all of you.
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