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.


Sisters of Nazareth

Pentecost has come and gone, but the Holy Spirit remains.

The wind and the flame have settled down and have left a breeze and a soft glow in our hearts. And so we are sustained in these ordinary days by the gentle outpouring of the Spirit who brings joy into our lives and energy into our spirits.

He is Risen, Alleluia.

Our Easter Joy takes on a deeper meaning when we have fully engaged in the liturgies of Holy Week – when we have prayed in the garden, stood beneath the cross and sat outside the tomb.

“When you hear His voice today, harden not your hearts.”

God reveals Himself to us in so many ways – in the magnificence of the cosmos, the beauty of the Earth, the unfolding of history, the events of our times, the love of family and community, the joy of our relationships – in this He shows us His presence and love.