Mardi Gras 2018

When we hear the words Mardi Gras, we automatically think of New Orleans, beads, parades, masks, and costumes. We celebrated in a similar way on February 13. The French began to celebrate “Carnevale” in the Middle Ages and named it “Mardi Gras” which translates into “Fat Tuesday”. The French settled in New Orleans, and brought Read more…

Eagle Scout – Kevin Moloney

Congratulations to Kevin Moloney for earning his Eagle Scout badge!!! Kevin came to us last spring to see if he could do a project for the Little Sisters. Mother Margaret had the perfect idea! She told Kevin that we really needed a beautification project for the back area. The first floor Residents view outside their Read more…

World Day of Prayer

Sunday, February 4 was the World Day of Prayer for Women and Men in Consecrated Life. Across the world, people gathered in prayer to celebrate the commitment, compassion, and influential work of Religious who have devoted their lives to the mission of Jesus. Our good friend Fr. Tom Rzepiela, pastor at St. Thomas of Villanova Read more…

Catholic Schools Week

In celebration of Catholic Schools Week Sr. Christina and one of our Residents, Elaine, brought some treats over to St. Theresa’s School for the children to enjoy. It’s such a joy to be a part of a vibrant St. Theresa Parish family which includes the 370 children who attend St. Theresa School. The children and Read more…

Love Saves Lives

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 45 years since the landmark decision from Roe Vs Wade legalized abortion. Over 60 million babies have lost their lives to abortion. But on Sunday, January 14 love was in the air as thousands of marchers braved the below zero frigid temperatures for 2018 Chicago March for Life. Read more…

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