Celebrating a Legacy of Caring

This month we look back at many October milestones in the history of the Little Sisters of the Poor: October 25, 1792 – 225 years ago, it all began with the birth of Jeanne Jugan, who went on to become foundress of the Little Sisters of the Poor. October 15, 1840 – Jeanne, together with Read more…

A ‘Ray’ of Sunshine at the Little Sisters of the Poor

Last week the Residents enjoyed a wonderful visit with Nikki-Dee Ray, the Meteorologist from CBS 6. Having visited before, Nikki-Dee is a popular figure here at the Home, and many Residents love catching her on the morning news. Residents were eager to hear her input on hurricanes Harvey and Irma that had just devastated numerous Read more…

A Feast Day Treat

To celebrate a special day, our dear foundress St. Jeanne Jugan’s Feast Day, Residents enjoyed a sweet treat last week. Courtesy of a generous benefactor, the Ice Cream King truck pulled up to the Home and served up delicious frozen desserts for Residents, Sisters, volunteers, and staff alike. It was a beautiful afternoon to celebrate Read more…

A Toe-Tappin’ Good Time

Speaker Bill Pike visited the Home recently to share an interesting topic with our Residents: Cowboy Music. Part of a course he teaches with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Richmond, the series covers the history and tradition of Cowboy music, and includes some fun video and sound clips for a real Read more…

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