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Recent News

Everyone at St Joseph's home, Manchester, enjoyed the fish and chips and "99 Ice creams"  Songs and music enhanced the evening.

The Sisters at St Peter's, London have been collecting again with the great help of the Association Jeanne Jugan members who generously give their time to support us.

This week the residents at our Bristol home have been making Christmas trees and also celebrating our November birthdays.

Every autumn, as has been the custom for over 100 years, the representatives of over sixty charities receive the invitation to St James palace in London to view and then receive the generous donation of a variety hand knitted garments and clothing.…

Everyone here at our Leeds home gave Mother Provincial Anthony a warm and wonderful welcome.  

On Tuesday 30th November, the Little Sisters of the Poor will be participating in ‘Giving Tuesday’, a day of celebration and support for the amazing work charities do, day in day out, year after year, to help make life better…

Please take a look at the new Christmas shop at our Manchester home.

Here at St Peter's we celebrated Guy Fawkes night with Fireworks followed by a fish n chip supper.

This week St. Joseph’s Home Bristol had a Carnival  Day for the Residents and their Families. Great day enjoyed by all.

Prayer for Remembrance Day Let us pray for all who suffer as a result of conflict,and ask that God may give us peace:for the service men and womenwho have died in the violence of war,each one remembered by and known…

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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

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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