Token of Appreciation

The Little Sisters of the Poor have partnered with the University of New Mexico-Gallup as a clinical site for over 20 years. Nursing students care for the Residents as part of their first clinical experience in the nursing program. Students learn the importance of compassion and respect for the elderly as they begin to build Read more…

“The Good Life”

When you cross the Colorado border to head into the state of Nebraska you’ll see a sign that says, “Welcome to Nebraska – The Good Life!” After remembering that and spending seven weeks at Villa Guadalupe, I think I would say the same thing. I lived “the Good Life” here at Villa Guadalupe. My experience Read more…

Come and See 2016 – A Vocation of Mercy

At Villa Guadalupe on Saturday, February 20, we hosted a Come and See Day for young women – a day they can come to get to know the Little Sisters and see how we live out our vocation of mercy serving the elderly poor. The day opened with coffee, donuts and a tour of the Read more…

Women Speak Out for Little Sisters

Thank you for your continued encouragement during our legal battle against the HHS Mandate. We are humbled by the support individuals and groups are showing for us and our case. In advance of oral arguments on March 23, I wanted to make you aware of plans to increase public knowledge and support for our cause. Some Read more…

An Immersion of Self Love with God’s Eldest Children

When I decided to give myself completely to Christ and His Church and pursue my priestly vocation at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary, I would have never thought that Christ, through the seminary of the Archdiocese of Denver, would have sent me to Gallup, New Mexico for a poverty immersion. The day we were scheduled Read more…

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