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Lord Jesus Christ, light of this world, thank you for the hope you have given us. Help us to give our worries to you and, above all, to trust in your unfailing love. For you have promised us "Never will…

Speaking during Mass, Bishop Broderick Pabillo of Manila said that the elderly deserve not only care but the recognition they have much left to give. “They have important roles to play, even if they are weakened by age. Let us…

A Rainbow is a promise of sunshine after rain or calm after storms of joy after sadness of peace after pain of love after loss.    

Wondrous God, author of life,you fashioned us in your likenessand breathed into usthe life which is your own.Be with those whose special careis the health of mind and body.Fill their hearts with awefor the life which is your giftand sustain…

The Little Sisters of the poor in Manchester were delighted to make friends with a new benefactor who phoned asking what he could get for the meals at St Joseph's home. Sister Bernadette told him what would be useful and…

Heavenly father, I am your humble servant,I come before you today in need of hope.There are times when I feel helpless,There are times when I feel weak.I pray for hope.I need hope for a better future.I need hope for a…

Many happy returns to Margaret Goldie who celebrated her 100th Birthday this week at our Leeds home. Everyone here at the Little Sisters Of The Poor would like to wish you a Happy Birthday. Many happy returns!

In the Gospel (Mt 2:1-12), the Magi begin by stating the reason why they have come: “We have seen his star in the East, and have come to worship him”  Worship means bending low before the Most High and to discover…

St Anne's Sisters, Staff and Residents hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. We celebrated with our Residents and thought we would share some photos of us preparing for Christmas. Take care everyone and stay safe.

Our residents love nothing better than a good game of bingo. This afternoon was just lovely, two sessions of bingo, refreshments and music. Some lucky residents won up to three prizes but at the end of the game no one…

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We Say “Yes” To Life!

“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)

Little Sisters of the Poor, to whom the Church has entrusted the Apostolic Mission of Hospitality to the Aged poor, welcome the elderly of all nationalities and beliefs.

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Father Ernest Lelievre

French priest Father Ernest Lelievre was a humble, gentle priest who devoted his life to the service of the poor.

The question was asked “Have the poor ever had a greater friend than he?”

He had worked tirelessly giving himself and spending his inheritance for the foundation of homes of the Little Sisters.

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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