Resident Reflections: U.S. Army Chorus

On Saturday, February 4, I was one of over a thousand people gathered at St. Mary Catholic Church to hear the extraordinary U.S. Army Chorus. They began with a selection of four sacred pieces, including the dear hymn, “Precious Blood,” with a soloist who is a native of Richmond, VA.   A Broadway medley of Read more…

We All Go Marching One By One

Three of our Little Sisters went to Washington D.C. on Monday January 23 for the Annual March for Life. Sr. Mary Chantal, Sr. Joseph Marie, and Sr. Paul were joined by several Little Sisters from our home in Washington D.C. to show their support for the Right to Life movement. January was ‘Right to Life’ Read more…

Happy Groundhog Day!

Punxsutawney Phil predicted that there will be six more weeks of winter, but we’re not so sure we agree with his meteorological skills. It looks to us like spring may be coming early and you won’t find us complaining! The Residents sure have been enjoying this warm, sunny weather!             Read more…

Advisory Board Member Honored in a Big Way

Richmond’s own Chef Paul Elbing has recently been honored in a big way. Richmond Magazine has partnered with Brown Distributing, Cirrus Vodka, Homemades by Suzanne, and the Richmond Metropolitan Convention & Visitors Bureau, to host the first ever Elbys. The Elbys are a series of awards created to “honor excellence in the Richmond region’s restaurant Read more…

Volunteer Emily Lodge Receives Governor’s Award

Congratulations Emily! Emily Lodge, a dedicated volunteer and fund raiser for our home, was recently selected as one of eight recipients of the Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Award. These awards recognize the significant contributions of Virginia citizens to the life and welfare of the Commonwealth and its people. Emily was nominated in the youth Read more…

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