A star-spangled celebration

On Tuesday July 4th many of our Residents went outside in the morning before mass for the raising of the American flag. The raising of the American flag started as it should, with the Pledge of Allegiance, followed by a beautiful rendering of God Bless America. The raising of the American flag was complete with Read more…

Congratulations Amy & Brian!

Our Residents had the great joy of attending the wedding of Amy Molin and Brian Egan – Amy works in our activity department. It meant so much to Amy to have all the love and support of her Little Sisters family at the wedding ceremony. The wedding took place about two blocks from the Home Read more…

Blessing Bags!

Four times each year, Residents of the Holy Family Residence gather to make Blessing Bags. The bags are filled with personal items like shampoo, socks, hand sanitizer, toothpaste, toothbrushes, combs, tissues, deodorant and other donated items. Our Residents also add a cherry card to let the person receiving the bag know that they are thought Read more…

Passion of Christ

O Jesus strengthen me in all my pain, frustrations, betrayals. I silently scream at the torture and humiliation that I feel. I do not ask why me? Now I know the horror of sin and the consequences that made you die a death worse that any animal ever died. It was my sins and utter Read more…

Christian Unity 2017

Written by: Reverend Walter Wietzke Reconciliation The Love of Christ Compels Us (cf. 2 Corinthians 5:14-20) On Wednesday, January 18, Catholics, Lutherans and Pentecostals came to worship and address Christian Unity Week with “bricks” representing the oppression of the Berlin Wall.  Each brick symbolizing the attitude and drive that separate us: hate and contempt, discrimination, Read more…

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