IN2L (It’s Never Too Late)

IN2L (It’s Never Too Late)    It’s Never too Late is a computer program for seniors and for those who haven’t yet ventured onto the computer. It is user friendly, as they say in the field. In Holy Family Home terms it is called, touch the screen. Thanks to a generous donor we were able Read more…

An Easter Blessing

An Easter Blessing   Dear Friends, When we think of “Springtime,” does it not convey the true meaning of “Easter!” One thinks of the springtime of Lent, as a time to prepare our souls for one of the greatest feasts of the year. One thinks of the springtime of the Church, especially now as we Read more…

St. Joseph’s Day

The Little Sisters of the Poor place their homes under St. Joseph’s protection, trusting in God to provide for their needs through the intercession of St. Joseph. Holy Family Home celebrated the feast of St. Joseph with a 10:30 a.m. Mass, with Bishop Timothy Senior as main celebrant. Nine other priests concelebrated, including Fr. Douglas Read more…

Spring Concert Shines!

 Spring Concert Shines!    Thank you for making our Spring Concert such a wonderful success! The extremely talented group, Scythian, provided lively entertainment for our 500 guests to dance and toe tap to!  It was a night filled with rousing Irish music, exciting silent auctions and door prizes, and a delicious spread on which to Read more…

Give the Gift of Yourself to an Older Person This Christmas

Little Sisters of the Poor Christmas – Guest Commentary Give the Gift of Yourself to an Older Person This Christmas By Sister Constance Carolyn Veit, LSP As a youngster I loved Christmas. I thought everyone did. But when I was 15, a frail, old woman in a wheelchair punched a big hole in my naïve Read more…

Our Mission Statement

  LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR MISSION, VISION and VALUES 2012 The Little Sisters of the Poor are an international congregation of Roman Catholic women religious founded in 1839 by Saint Jeanne Jugan. Together with a diverse network of collaborators, we serve the elderly poor in over 30 countries around the world. Continuing the work Read more…

HAPPY FEAST DAY, SAINT JEANNE JUGAN!

Happy Feast Day, Saint Jeanne Jugan! Father James Sullivan, Chaplain    As Catholics we believe in the Communion of Saints – a living relationship with the friends of God who are our brothers and sisters in Christ. A feast day of a saint is a family celebration. As members of the Church, God’s family honors Read more…

Privacy Information

Your Privacy Our General Policy The Little Sisters of the Poor recognize the importance of protecting information we may collect from visitors to our website. Our policy is to use the information we acquire from visitors to our websites for internal purposes only, and we maintain appropriate security measures to keep this information private. Users Read more…

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Keep in touch Would you like to keep in touch? Join our worldwide network of friends and receive updates about Little Sisters of the Poor activities and happenings! From events and activities in the home to literature about our mission, we enjoy keeping you informed of the opportunities to learn more and become involved here Read more…

Cappuccino Corner

Cappuccino Corner

Opening and Blessing of the Cappuccino Corner After months of tearing wallpaper down, painting, putting in new lights and a new floor, the Cappuccino Corner (formerly the Tea Room) was ready for its blessing. Father Doug McKay, our chaplain, agreed amiably to preside. Everybody was eager to come in, but a yellow ribbon prevented them. Read more…

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