It Is a Blue Ribbon Day for Many

The Residents personalities showed this last week at the Kentucky State Fair thru their works of color, images and abstract paintings. Once a month, throughout the year, Ben Reynolds an Artist and Volunteer gives his time to our Residents by leading them in an Art Class. It is a chance to put their talents on Read more…

Turtle Derby 2017

The 2017 Turtle Derby is now a part of Little Sisters’ history. We had a great time eating fried chicken, shopping in Grandma’s Attic, taking a chance on the Wheel of Chance, watching the kids play in the new children’s area, picking up a few yummy baked items at the bake sale and of course Read more…

Can you crochet? You can help deliver safe water!

The Little Sisters of the Poor are joining with Water With Blessings to provide water filters to regions without safe drinking water. These filters are very fragile and can easily become damaged during transportation. Friends of the Little Sisters of the Poor nationwide are lending a hand by crocheting filter socks that will provide the Read more…

Happy 96th Birthday, George!!

George Hauck has been a friend and volunteer at St. Joseph’s Home since 1962. In those early days, he would come with his wife, Jean, and their two lovely daughters, Karen and Lynn, every Sunday and help serve dinner. After the meal was over, George would roll up his sleeves and wash dishes while his Read more…

Supreme Court Issues Decision on HHS Mandate Case

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously protected the Little Sisters of the Poor from draconian government fines and recognized that the government does not need the Little Sisters to provide services such as the week after pill. The Court also noted the government finally admitted it could indeed meet its goals without involving the Little Read more…

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