The Villas of the Holy Land

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Serenity Garden

We are developing a healing garden. This garden can be used for therapy or simply as a place to sit and rest.

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"Lights of Love" Tree

A Live Christmas Nativity

"We believe in the essential worth and dignity of each person of equality before God regardless of race, age, religion or creed, sex, social or economic status or national origin. Our staff acknowledges and accepts this basic truth which puts life and meaning into the service given to our residents."

Cristo Rey Ranch
Villa Loretto is Licensed by the State of Wisconsin to provide skilled nursing and rehabilitation services for up to 52 persons. Out patient physical, occupational, and speech therapy services are also available to the general public.

Since 1965, the Congregation of Sister-Servants of Christ the King has welcomed persons of every faith in their nurturing community.

Villa Loretto is located on 120 acres in the heart of Wisconsin's "holyland." Amidst the serenity of rich farmland you will find a variety of exotic and domestic animals grazing on the rolling hillsides. These animals fulfill a vital role for our residents in the form of pet therapy.

Adding to the beauty of the landscape are our extensive wetlands teeming with wildlife. Viewed from our large Villa and patios, it provides many hours of enjoyment to residents and visitors througout the seasons.

Villa Rosa opened its doors in December of 2005. Villa Rosa has 20 asssisted living apartments with the same spectacular views as Villa Loretto.

Cristo Rey Ranch offers weekend respite care to children through contract with the Fond du Lac Country Department of Social Services. Many children have been nutured by Sr. Mary Stephen Bloesl and her staff. The children thrive on the opportunity to live on the farm and work and play with animals. (Llamas are one of their favorites!) The presence of children on our campus provide for intergenerational learning and sharing.

Rosary and Mass are held daily in the Villa Loretto Chapel, led by the Capuchin Fathers of St. Lawrence School, for residents and local community members.

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