Healing His Heart
In the spirit of Mother M. Anselma, we spend ourselves for the sake of others and, in this way, give witness to the value of life, which can be taken for granted in our present society. To care for others, especially those who are sick, always entails a gift of self. We not only care for our patients and residents, we participate in their suffering through our work.
Our Sisters continue to serve in the healthcare apostolate at:
- OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center in Alton, Illinois
- Mother of Good Counsel Home in St. Louis, Missouri
- OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois
- St. Francis Medical Center College of Nursing in Peoria, Illinois
- OSF Hospice in Peoria, Illinois
- and Jump Simulation in Peoria, Illinois.
We see serving in Catholic health care as vital in our day. May God continue to bless the work He has entrusted to us that we may continue to “See in the sick our Lord Himself.”
OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center (Alton, Il)
In 1925 in Alton, Illinois, our Sisters first began working at Nazareth Infirmary caring for the sick. Throughout the years we have grown in our service of the poor and sick. In 2014, we merged with the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis to form OSF Saint Anthony's Health Center. Now our Sisters serve in pastoral care, nursing, and administration in the hospital.
Mother of Good Counsel Home (St. Louis, MO)
Sister M. Pieta, is an Innovation Engineer for Jump. She is working in the segmentation and virtual reality space for clinical and education use, simulation trainer design and STEAM education in the community and hospital.
Jump Simulation was created to improve outcomes and lower health care costs through innovative simulation training of medical professionals. We are part of OSF Innovation, an initiative that was created as a means to embrace change and take on the largest health care challenges. A collaboration between OSF HealthCare and University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria (UICOMP), Jump Sim advances the Missions of both organizations.