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…

Armed Forces Day

Did you know that Armed Forces day falls on the third Saturday in May every year? This is a day to honor all those that serve in any military branch. For those who sacrifice so much to protect our country those of us who live here. Take the time to learn or talk to someone Read more…

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…

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