Tag Archives: Little Sisters of the Poor

Little Sisters’ sesquicentennial year, a Jubilee of life, love and vocations

Across the United States, the Little Sisters of the Poor celebrated the order’s sesquicentennial anniversary of their arrival in the U.S., during the Jubilee Year 2018-19, which closed on Aug. 30.

Little Sister of the Poor celebrates 60 years of profession

A Mass at the Little Sisters of the Poor Jeanne Jugan Center Chapel June 10 honored 88 year-old Sister Paul Mary of the Cross, lsp., on the 60th Jubilee of her profession.

Serving like St. Joseph

In the Bible, St. Joseph was a man of few words

A busy 100 years for Sister Paulina

In the year 1918, the signing of the Armistice of Compiegne effectively ended World War I; locally, a committee headed by J.C. Nichols and Robert A. Long formed to create a memorial for those lost in the war.

Quilting ladies benefit Little Sisters of the Poor

Quilts are a source of warmth, of art, history and memories, sometimes reflecting their makers, also sources of warmth, history and memories.

Bishop Johnston looks for prayer warriors in a ‘great’ place

“Pray for me!”

Little Sisters of the Poor accompany residents in journey to God

Walk through the doors of the Jeanne Jugan Center of the Little Sisters of the Poor, and the first thing you notice is the peace.

‘Truly Amazing Women’

Saint Jeanne Jugan founded the Little Sisters of the Poor in Saint-Servan, France, in 1842, a mere 40 years before a group of sisters arrived in Kansas City to establish a home for the aged poor.

October 26, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph