Making and sharing friends!

Dr. John Gillen lives in Cincinnati, but his mother lived at our Little Sisters of the Poor Home in Pittsburgh over 12 years ago. She has since passed away but his impression of the Sisters and their work carried on and he currently stays in contact with both the Cincinnati and Pittsburgh homes. As a Read more…

Brack – Gives Back Help Program

We were blessed with hundreds of items including shampoo and conditioner, lotions, body wash, toothpaste, and make-up kits for our Residents before Easter. This is the second year we have received this generosity from the Bracken family and their third year doing the Homeless Support Project at Gallagher Hall on Xavier University’s campus. Chuck Bracken, Read more…

What makes St. Paul’s Home so special?

By Karen Amend, Development Director St. Paul’s Home is a loving place where Sisters, Residents, staff and all who share in the mission of the Little Sisters of the Poor form a close-knit family. The Sisters welcome the elderly poor who have depleted their assets and are 65 years old or older. The family spirit Read more…

2018: the Year of the Dog

The Chinese New Year celebration begins February 16. We are celebrating the Year of the Dog February 17 with good food and entertainment. Our celebration of the Chinese New Year began last year with the Year of the Rooster. Sr. Dora, with her rich Chinese tradition, wanted to share her culture with the Residents and Read more…

How to Stay Warm during the Winter

Today, February 2, is Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, predicting another six weeks of winter. Time to bundle up and endure another six cold weeks. Here are some tips from our Residents and Staff on how to stay warm! I am a cold one, always cold but I have a warm heart. Read more…

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