Coronavirus (Covid-19) latest information

The health, safety and wellbeing of our residents, staff and Sisters remains our top priority. We are cautiously resuming visits to some Nazareth Houses and facilities where the infection risk is low and visits can be conducted safely. Before travelling, please contact the house to check whether it is open, make an appointment to visit and follow the visiting requirements. Houses in some locations remain closed to visitors. We will keep the position under review and may need to close a home to visitors at short notice to protect those in our care. For further information please contact the relevant Nazareth House or service. Contact information can be found on each house page. We thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

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Nazareth House Fahan

Nazareth House overlooks breath-taking views of the Inishowen Peninsula. We have been here since 1981, where it has been and continues to be, our privilege to enable you to live life to the full.

Nazareth House Dublin

Situated on eight acres of rolling parkland close to the city centre, Nazareth House opened in 1970 to provide care for older people in the North Dublin area. Since then we have kept our traditional core values and ethos while constantly updating our facilities and raising our standard of care.

Nazareth House Camberwell

Nazareth House Camberwell is a 100 bed accredited residential aged care facility founded in 1929 providing care to residents of all faiths and denominations. Located within spacious grounds in the leafy suburb of Camberwell and within close proximity to local amenities and transport links with ample onsite parking. The community of Sisters provides spiritual, pastoral and emotional support to residents. Daily mass, rosary and other services are celebrated onsite in our expansive and recently renovated chapel which will always be at the heart of our Nazareth community.

Governance

The Superior General and General Councillors oversee the work of the Congregation, and are accountable to the Chapter for their stewardship of the Congregation's mission, ministries and assets between each General Chapter.

Accessing information

The Archive is not open to the public and does not have facilities for personal searchers, although exceptions may be made for academic researchers by prior arrangement.

Archivists

The Archive department supports the Congregation of the Sisters of Nazareth Generalate in their work.

The Archive

The Archive is a private archive belonging to the Generalate of the Sisters of Nazareth. It is a safe repository for material deposited by the Superior General and General Councillors.

Superior General Timeline

The Congregation has grown and expanded throughout the world, always seeking to care for the poor and needy of all ages.

History

The Sisters of Nazareth roots can be traced back to 1851 when Victoire Larmenier, a young novice in Rennes, France was sent to England.

Buzzy Bees

In the Buzzy Bee Class, our priority is to provide 4 and 5 year-old children with opportunities to learn, explore and become autonomous in a safe and nurturing environment.