Nazareth Home will purchase and operate Sacred Heart Home

Sister of Mercy Mary Ellen O’Bryan placed a teapot, a symbol of Christ’s hospitality, on a table during a Dec. 14 prayer service at Mercy Sacred Heart, a long-term senior care facility sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy. The service marked a transition of ownership. Nazareth Home, sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, will purchase and begin operating the facility, previously owned by Mercy Health, on Jan. 1. The facility will be known as Sacred Heart Home. (Record Photo by Jessica Able)
Sister of Mercy Mary Ellen O’Bryan placed a teapot, a symbol of Christ’s hospitality, on a table during a Dec. 14 prayer service at Mercy Sacred Heart, a long-term senior care facility sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy.  (Record Photo by Jessica Able)

Mercy Sacred Heart, a long-term senior care facility sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, hosted a prayer service Dec. 14 to mark a transition of ownership.

Nazareth Home, sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, will purchase and begin operating the facility, previously owned by Mercy Health, on Jan. 1. The facility will be known as Sacred Heart Home.

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