Monthly Archive June 2016

Hawaiian Luau

By Marie Garro, Hospitality Intern Given the nice weather we’ve been having, Sister Mary Matthew threw a block party of sorts for our Residents on the first floor. As they headed out to the patio, a display of luau decorations and refreshments awaited them. It was June 23 and overcast that whole morning, but the Read more…

Fortnight for Freedom Kickoff

By Marie Garro, Hospitality Intern Freedom to practice our faith as Christians has been on many minds as we enter into the summer season. As a tribute to religious liberty, Fortnight for Freedom will be observed leading up to July 4th. The theme set by the US Bishops Conference for this year’s fortnight is “Witnesses Read more…

“What is A Hospitality Intern?”

By Juleana Beutler, Katelyn Payne, Marie Garro, Hospitality Interns “What is A Hospitality Intern?” Since arriving here, a little over a week ago, my co-interns and I have been asked this question multiple times. To begin answering it, we must first explain the main reason for the program; and no, it’s not to escape our Read more…

Little Sisters of the Poor Guest Commentary: Heroes of Religious Liberty

by Sister Constance Veit, l.s.p. Each year since 2012, Catholics in the United States have observed the Fortnight for Freedom in preparation for Independence Day on July 4th. The theme set by the U.S. Bishops’ Conference for this year’s Fortnight is “Witnesses to Freedom.” Fourteen men and women who bear witness to freedom in Christ Read more…

Father’s Day

Written by Katelyn, Hospitality Intern Everyone has that special person that they look up to, go to for all their answers, learn from and respect. For me it’s my Dad. On June 18th, we had a special BBQ lunch for our Fathers. With nice weather, families, and a yummy lunch it was a nice afternoon. Read more…