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By Constance Veit / March 16, 2019

World Day of the Sick celebrated in India

The World Day of the Sick was established by Pope John Paul II in 1992 to draw attention to the...

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By Constance Veit / January 28, 2019

World Youth Day in the Capital

Since we couldn't go to Panama, a bunch of us attended World Youth Day celebrations in Washington, D.C. on Saturday....

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By Constance Veit / January 22, 2019

Our Little Sisters in Gallup reflect on care of the dying

As a palliative care nurse, Sally Tisdale has seen a lot of people die, and in her new book Advice for...

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By Constance Veit / January 7, 2019

We came to Indianapolis and we “SEEKed”!

Our booth is packed up and the fatigue is just setting in, but we wanted to share these images from...

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By Constance Veit / December 5, 2018

Christmas is the feast of the poor

As they celebrated their first Christmas in America 150 years ago, our Little Sisters in Baltimore noted that the donations...

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By Constance Veit / October 29, 2018

Little Sisters celebrate 150 years in Cincinnati

It took Sarah Worthington Peter eleven years and a lot of persistence to realize her dream of bringing the Little...

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By Constance Veit / October 4, 2018

As Synod on Youth opens Pope calls on generations to listen to one another

In this excerpt from the Holy Father's opening address at the Synod on October 3, he counseled all the Synod's...

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By Constance Veit / August 26, 2018

World Youth Day Cross in Washington

  In preparation for next January's World Youth Day in Panama the World Youth Day Cross has been touring the...

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By Constance Veit / August 19, 2018

Remembering World Youth Day ‘93 with St Pope John Paul II

“Be Not Afraid” was the rallying cry at the August 11th “More Than You Realize” conference  echoing the very same...

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By Constance Veit / August 5, 2018

From a straw hat and a chance encounter to a vocation

In honor of Sister Angela Marie Clare's profession as a Little Sister last week, we take the liberty to share...

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