Serving to nurture, support, protect and enhance one's life and spiritual growth, our dedicated staff has been providing compassionate, high quality care for the elderly since Mary's Catholic Home recognizes not only the physical realities of aging but also the healing power of prayer. Distinguished within the community for its close-knit family atmosphere, the building's design allows for easy and safe accessibility.
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Cheerful and bright public areas enhance and surround comfortable private and semi-private bedrooms, many decorated with cherished personal belongings. Our beautiful landscaped grounds with a patio and gazebo enable residents to socialize and they are encouraged to spend as much time as possible outdoors.
The gazebo sets the scene for a variety of barbecues and picnics where residents can admire the landscaping, savor the delicious food and enjoy the wonderful fresh air. A spacious dining room serves nutritious meals, all specially planned with extra attention to individual tastes and dietary requirements. At St. Mary's Catholic Home, each resident is encouraged to live as full and independent a life as possible. The multi-talented recreation department provides a very important nucleus for daily life.
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Special attention goes into planning programs that will stimulate interest and create social interaction with volunteers, community groups, families and staff. From special outings to entertainment, we have determined that residents seem to derive more enjoyment from activities organized in smaller groups, and programs have been designed to reflect this. Goldrush in their eyes Selfies are made while people suffer Lord, Love is sold for lies Children blind of hunger The dry land dies of thirst. Rose to seize the day, rose to sprout each year Rose to light the way, to amaze us here Rose to live and pray, rose to love you, dear Rose to yield and say: love will cast out fear.
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Rose to sleep in style, rose to wake up clear Rose to bring a smile, rose to cry a tear Rose to wait a while, rose to have you near One more rose for my love, a song in my ear. Permission was granted in January , and Father Charles Evrard was appointed pastor of the German Catholics in Toledo and its vicinity.
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This property was located on the southwestern corner of the intersection, and just three blocks north of St. Francis de Sales church. Remnants of the big ditch could be seen east of Cherry Street until this last segment of the canal bed was filled in just a few years ago.
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The Diocese of Toledo offices building is just to the north of this site. Dedication was held on March 25, by the well-known Jesuit Father F. Wenninger, a popular missionary, placing the church under the patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Assumption. A large basement was under the church, the front of which served as a parish school, and the rear as a pastoral residence.
The school was placed in charge of the Ursuline Sisters in Both St.
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Francis and St. The cemetery was in use by The cemetery was expanded and is now called Mount Carmel Cemetery. Several of the Jesuit pastors of St. For more information about these cemeteries, and their records, see the separate entry for cemeteries.
Father Peter Spicher was the first Jesuit pastor. Father Nicholas Griesch erected the three-story school building behind the church, fronting on Orange Street.
School was held the first time in the new building in September It was here at St.