Shop on Amazon and Make a Resident ‘Smile!’

  Do you shop on Amazon? Do you love our home, our Residents, and all the good the Little Sisters do? If you answered yes to any of those questions (or hopefully all of them!), then check out the latest way to give to our home—AmazonSmile! AmazonSmile is a way to help give back while Read more…

Independence Day Celebration

America’s 239th Birthday   Residents rang in this year’s Independence Day with a group of very special guests—Marine Corp League Honor Guards James Slay, Leonard Smith, and Spike Williamson. The festivities began with the singing of “God Bless America” and the procession of Resident veterans Tom Cronin, Willie Phillips and Lucien Dupriez, accompanied by volunteers Read more…

An Evening with the Richmond Pops

Back row, from left to right: Rosemary Miserendino, Annabelle Seeley, Carol Anne Hassel, Bob DeLuca, Elsie BrittonIn front: Bobbie Johnson and Carolee Rhudy   What a great outing!  Residents hopped on the bus for a visit to the Richmond Altria Theatre on June 28th.  Formerly known as the ‘Mosque,’ the theatre was built in 1928 Read more…

‘Dog Days’ of Summer at the Little Sisters of the Poor

  Temperatures are spiking in the 90’s here in Richmond, but Residents are enjoying the real ‘dog days’ this summer—that is, the days their friend Hallie the Golden Retriever comes in for a visit! Every month, Hallie stops by our home for a day of tail-wagging, smiles, and sloppy dog kisses. Residents enjoy her cheerful Read more…

Ann’s Message to the World

Ann Hammond, better known as a Woman of Faith, has graced this world with her presence for the past 94 years. Facing an unknown illness now and embracing God’s will for the remainder of her life, Ann has a special message that she wishes to share with everyone: “I want you to come to Jesus and Read more…

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