Everyday Evangelist: ‘Grand’ legacy kept alive at St. Paul’s Archbishop Leibold Home

by Walt Schaefer of The Catholic Telegraph Most of us want to leave a legacy — a memorial of sorts, large or small, recognizing our lives on Earth and contributions we made. Mike Ibold Wilger’s legacy is grand. A piece of his life’s mission to the less fortunate brings smiles and laughter, dancing and singing, Read more…

Lent: A time of soul preparation for the new life of Easter

Ash Wednesday begins a time of remembering. We start with ashes marked as a cross. We remember that this human world will end and we will return to the garden of the earth. The ashes remind us of our mortality; the cross reminds us of the new life of Easter. Lent becomes a 40-day opportunity Read more…

Chinese New Year: Year of the Rooster

Residents celebrated the Chinese New Year on February 4 honoring the beautiful and cultural festivities of the Chinese traditions, under the direction of our Fourth Floor Supervisor, Sr. Dora, lsp. Sr. Dora, lsp, is of Chinese ancestry. She was born and raised in Hong Kong. With her direction, St. Paul’s Residents enjoyed a full celebration Read more…

Reflections on the Year 2016

By: Carla Daasch, Administrator We are pleased to introduce our new Administrator, Carla Daasch. This is a new adventure for both her and our Home as we have not in the past had a “lay person” Administrator, but with extra documentation and the abundance of new regulations we decided it best to move in this Read more…

Lessons in Gratitute

By: Karen Amend, Development Director “Why should I carry those bags in the house, Mom, when none of them is for me?” I heard my young granddaughter say. It reminded me that gratitude is something we learn as we grow older and begin to realize that we live and love and breathe in connection with Read more…

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