The Catholic Church has a long history of sponsoring hospitals and other facilities to care for the sick, suffering and aged. And following Christ’s command to visit the sick and imprisoned, priests are assigned as chaplains to minister to those in the hospitals, care homes, and correctional facilities in our diocese.
Established by the Sisters of Saint Francis of Perpetual Adoration, Saint Elizabeth Hospital in Lincoln celebrated its 100th anniversary on October 1, 1989, and shortly afterwards was named among the top 100 hospitals in the United States.
|Rev. Randall Langhorst||Diocesan Director of Chaplains of Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Retirement Homes|
|CHI Health St. Elizabeth||Rev. Stephen Cooney|
|Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital||Rev. Joseph Steele, Rev. Joseph Finn|
|Bryan LGH East||Rev. Joseph Finn|
|Bryan LGH West|
|Heart Hospital||Rev. Joseph Steele|
|Lincoln Regional Center||Rev. Joseph Finn|
- Gramercy Hill, Southlake Village, and The Windcrest
- Rev. David Bourek
- Lancaster Rehabilitation Center, Milder Manor, Eastmont Towers, Lexington, The Legacy, Tabitha, Gramercy Hill, Walter Apartments, Southlake Village
- Rev. Anthony Stammitti
- Legacy Estates, Holmes Lake Manor, Homestead Rehabilitation Center, Legacy Terrace, Clark Jeary, The Windcrest, The Ambassador, Gateway Vista
- Rev. Thomas MacLean
- Nebraska State Penitentiary, Lancaster County Department of Corrections, Diagnostic and Evaluation Center, Lincoln Correctional Center, Community Correction Center-Lincoln
- Rev. Thomas MacLean
Saint Joseph Villa and Saint Joseph Court, David City
The first Catholic home for the aged in the Diocese of Lincoln, founded in David City by the Adorers of the Blood of Christ in 1939. The present building was constructed in 1967 and today includes an Alzheimer’s unit. Saint Joseph Court, an assisted living apartment complex was opened in June 2000. The Adorers of the Blood of Christ continue to sponsor the Villa and Court and its mission “to imitate the compassionate Jesus by creating a home for aging men and women where they feel secure, loved, and respected.”
Saint Mary's Community Hospital, Nebraska City
Opened in Nebraska City in 1927 by the Sisters of Saint Francis, Maryville, Missouri, Saint Mary Hospital continues its proud Catholic heritage today under the control of Catholic Health Initiatives.
Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center (YRTC)
Tecumseh State Correctional Institution (TSCI)
Nebraska Correctional Center for Women