Most Rev. Karl Alter blessed the new St. Margaret Hall on Madison Road in Cincinatti, Ohio on Oct. 2, 1962. The home was built by the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm. The Sisters had been opening new Homes across the country and Archbishop Alter invited them to Cincinnati. His dream for a facility that would serve the elderly was helped to completion through the generosity of the Walter Schott family and the George and Walter McDonald Foundation. Today St. Margaret serves 99 skilled long- and short-term residents and 35 who require assisted living. The facility has undergone upgrades over the years. We invite you to come and see the exciting changes we have made.
The Sisters are all trained in some capacity in order to meet the needs of each person they care for. It is our vocation to care for the seniors in our country and in Ireland.
At St. Margaret Hall we try to provide a way of life that is as home-like as possible for our residents and their extended families. In this residential health care setting we strive to provide a Christian community in which to live, along with enhancement of human dignity and quality care.
St. Margaret Hall serves the physical mental, spiritual, and emotional well-being of our residents and is rooted in the Catholic faith. We provide a loving and spiritual community for older adults to live lives of caring and wholeness inspired by our Carmelite foundation of compassion, service, prayer
and remembering our motto, “The Difference is Love.”
Residents from diverse faith backgrounds are welcomed and treated with care and respect. Priests and Sisters provide spiritual support and comfort through pastoral care, daily Mass, rosary and weekly Adoration and Benediction.
Sr. Teresa Kathleen Dominick, O.Carm. with residents at St. Margaret’s Hall