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Recent News

A giant statue of Jeanne Jugan being made in the Valley of Saints, France. The blessing of his statue is scheduled for August 28, 2022 - we look forward to seeing the progress of the statue.

Prayer for health workers. Wondrous God, author of life, you fashioned us in your likeness and breathed into us the life which is your own. Be with those whose special care is the health of mind and body. Fill their…

Since 2020, £1.7m Nectar points have been raised for charity partners. Now through Nectar Donate, Nectar members can donate Nectar points to the Little Sisters of the Poor and help unlock extra funds. There are no hidden fees, and every…

Many happy returns to our St Peter's resident Bridget Conroy, who celebrated her 102nd birthday this week. Bridget has been a resident for many years in St Peter’s, London since her retirement from St James's palace where she worked as…

Our residents at Manchester enjoyed some bingo over the festive period and some wonderful gifts donated by Dunelm Mill, Trafford, Manchester. We are extremely grateful for all gifts received.

On the 3rd of January some of the Staff dressed in costume and visited each resident wishing them a happy New Year and giving them a present.

Morrison’s in Peckham have done us proud again this Christmas, everyone here at St Peter's, London are gracious for the gifts we received. We also received wonderful donations of gifts from St Michael's School. We would like to thank you…

A great ‘Hogmanay’ party was held in the Village Hall for the residents on the afternoon of Friday 31st December, the last day of the year.  It was wonderful to see every resident from the Care Home there as this…

As part of the Christmas activities at St. Anne’s, we held a special session called A Conversation With…….. . This was to provide an opportunity for residents at St. Anne’s to speak about a personal hobby, interest or something specific…

Our residents at St Peter's have been enjoying a concert this week.

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“God, who has fatherly concern for everyone, willed that all people should constitute one family and treat one another in the spirit of brotherhood”. (The Church in the Modern World)

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Father Ernest Lelievre

Father Ernest Lelièvre At the age of 26, Ernest gave up a brilliant career in law to enter the Seminary in Rome.  

On 2nd June 1855, he was ordained a priest and immediately became an auxiliary priest of the Little Sisters of the Poor.   He spent his  life and his wealth in the service of the Congregation, travelling the world from Europe to North America, to establish Homes

A Million Rosaries

Today – in 2020 – as the world faces the misery, loss and  fear brought by the Covid-19 virus, please join us and become ONE IN A MILLION to pray the Rosary daily, imploring the Queen of the Rosary to intercede on behalf of humanity for an end to this sweeping pandemic. 



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