Mount Nazareth Center is a beautiful and scenic campus in Ross, a suburb north of Pittsburgh, that is home to community programs operated by the Sisters Of Holy Family Of Nazareth.
Founded in Rome in 1875 and brought to Pittsburgh in 1895, the Sisters Of Holy Family Of Nazareth is a community of Catholic nuns whose ministries are dediated to helping people of all ages.
Mount Nazareth Center was built on a majestic wooded hilltop in 1927. From here the sisters operate ministries that extend across western Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan. Facilities include the Holy Family Manor Personal Care Home where residents of all walks of life are welcome; Nazareth Housing Services, which helps lower income people obtain and maintain comfortable, adequate housing; and the Mount Nazareth Learning Center, a children's education program that supports the total development of each child according to Gospel principles and the psychological and intellectual philosophies underlying authentic child-growth.
The offices are open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. while some facilities are open 24-hours.
Free, on-site parking is available.