Monthly Archive June 2017

My Cup Has Overflowed

Today we had one of the most beautiful funerals we have ever seen as we bid farewell to Peggy, a longtime Resident of our home. Peggy came into our apartments many years ago, and “progressed” through the levels of care as her Parkinson’s disease¬†worsened. The chapel was full to the brim with family, parishioners, friends, Read more…

Our Vocation Prayers Rise to God on Pentecost

During this year celebrating the centenary of Our Lady of Fatima our Mother General proposed that we find a prayer chain reaching round the world to pray for vocations. Between May 13 and October 13, dates of the first and last Fatima apparitions, each home in the Congregation has been assigned a day to pray Read more…

Young Visitors

We recently enjoyed a morning visit from youngsters from Brookewood School. Their teacher, Anne, had been a volunteer in our home during her years at Catholic University. The girls played baseball with the Residents and joined us for Mass. they enjoyed learning about Saint Jeanne Jugan and promised to come back.

National Nursing Home Week Celebrations

In May we observed National Nursing Home Week with colorful events celebrating the spirit of our home. We had dice baseball, fun socials and cultural performances. Many of our staff members also shared their personal stories how caring. Our photos tall the story!