Dancin’ Up a Storm at Mardi Gras

 

YOUTH&AGED for Life Goes to School

We’re excited to embark on a new adventure by going back to school! A delegation from our YOUTH&AGED for Life group has begun making visits to Mrs Charlene Howard’s junior social justice class at Archbishop Carroll High School here on brook land. We’ve attended two class sessions so far, where we’ve had lively discussion with Read more…

Honoring MLK by Serving Life

We had a great morning with students from the Catholic University of America and President and Mrs. Garvey, who joined us for a service day honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. Referencing the words of Dr. Alveda King, Martin Luther King’s niece and a staunch pro-life advocate, we chose to spend the morning working on a Read more…

What If Every Home for the Elderly Became a House of Prayer?

This is the question with which Janis Clarke, consecrated virgin, evangelist and our good friend began our most recent YOUTH&AGED for life meeting on Saturday, January 14. In attendance were a good group of our Residents, members of our Hospitality Club (young Catholic women in high school and junior high), a beautiful family from Manassas Read more…

At Life’s End Your Last, Best Gift

Sr Constance Veit, l.s.p.   As a resident of Washington, D.C. I have been closely following the campaign to legalize assisted suicide in our Nation’s Capital. At the same time, my siblings and I have spent the last two weeks at my mother’s bedside in a hospital intensive care unit in my hometown. For days Read more…

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