1st Place Hometown Pride Award

On Monday, August 7th, Sr. Rose Veronica and volunteer gardener extraordinaire, Julie Towers, accepted on behalf of St. Joseph’s Home, the 1st Place Hometown Pride Award (Business Category). This award was created to honor properties in Palatine that have beautiful landscaping and exceptional curb appeal. We do admit being proud that we have been a Read more…

“Let’s Go, Go-Go White Sox”

It was a beautiful summer evening in Chicago and what better way to enjoy it than at the ballpark. Thanks to our dear friend, Bob Grim, Senior Director Broadcasting & Business Development for the Chicago White Sox, 12 of us were treated to a night at Guaranteed Rate Field to watch our favorite Chicago White Read more…

Beautiful new landscaping

The Little Sisters dedicate their lives to caring for the needy elderly at St. Joseph’s Home. They spend their lives proclaiming that old is beautiful. But, they can’t say the same for old bushes, trees and landscaping. Our 50 year old property was in need of a facelift. Many thanks to Julie Towers (along with Read more…

The (Gift) Shop Around the Corner

Although you won’t find Jimmy Stewart and Margaret Sullivan, you will find that our Gift Shop is a treasure trove filled with one-of-a-kind, unique gifts.  Located in the lobby across from the reception desk, our Gift Shop is one of the hidden gems within our Home. Thanks to our dedicated group of volunteers, the Gift Read more…

“Being Close to the Poor Is Its Own Reward”

Sister Constance Veit, the National Director of Communications speaks of “Being Close to the Poor Is Its Own Reward” at the Convocation Of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel in America, held in Orlando, FL  over the 4th of July Weekend. If you would like to read more about Sister Constance’s experience in Orlando Read more…

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