Monthly Archive May 2011

A little help from our friends (and St Joseph)

St. Joseph’s Home is situated on a several beautiful acres of land. Our Residents and their families and friends often venture outside to enjoy our grounds.It’s a great opportunity for fresh air, exercise, companionship and quiet prayer in the sitting areas around our property. We try our best to keep our plants and shrubs healthy, Read more…

May Crowning

Consecration to our Lady This day, with the whole court of heaven as witness, I choose you Mary, as my Mother and Queen.  I surrender and consecrate myself to you, body and soul, with all that I posses, both spiritual and material, even including the spiritual value of all my actions, past present and to Read more…

Sister Pauline celebrates 70 years as a Little Sister of the Poor

Tuesday, May 17, 2011: The chapel was filled with Residents, Little Sisters, and friends who came together for a Mass in thanksgiving  of the 70th Jubilee of St. Pauline.  Standing next to her sister, Sr. Marie Pauline (who came in from Kansas City), St. Pauline renewed her vows:“In the presence of the Blessed Trinity and Read more…

Mother’s Day Tea

May is the month dedicated to Our Lady.  How appropriate that we honored our “ladies” at St. Joseph’s Home with a Mother’s Day Tea. Grandmothers, mothers, daughters, aunts, nieces and friends gathered to pay tribute to those beautiful women who have touched their lives. A flowered arch framed the entrance of the dining room. Each Read more…