A Late Chinese New Year

We could say that we celebrated Chinese New Year’s twice, since we celebrated it in February then again in March. We had the happiness of having Sr. Paula, the Little Sister who is the cook in Hong Kong, come to visit us on her way to visit her family in Columbia. Knowing that she would Read more…

Chinese Lantern Festival

At the end of the Chinese New Year’s Celebration is traditionally the Chinese Lantern Festival. We have the pleasure of having the “Chinese Alliance” in the Los Angeles Area. They promote the deep Chinese Culture, teaching their children the richness of the Chinese culture. Since it was during the time of the Chinese New Year’s, Read more…

The Wedding

In most of our Homes we can say that we have many funerals, and a few Baptisms, but rarely do we have a wedding. We had the joy of having a wedding of Joseph and Maryann Frick who I might add have been married for 47 years. Yet, they had not been married in the Read more…

Stone Fire Grill Pre-Opening

We were invited for a “Pre-opening” of a new “Stone Fire Grill” in Torrance, which is a Restaurant that one could say that the owners have “adopted us” by providing a meal each month for the whole Home. We were 65 in all, with Residents, staff, volunteers and Association Jeanne Jugan members. We loaded up Read more…

A Christmas Story with St. Joseph

Our afternoon was filled with music and dance and many memories of the Christmas story. With the help of Residents, volunteers, family members, Associates and our Chaplin Fr. Jacob, our Christmas play, “A Christmas Story with St. Joseph” was a success! All started out on the piano with Dolores, 102 years of age, who played Read more…

The Sandpipers come for Christmas

The “Sandpipers” are not strangers to the Little Sisters in San Pedro. During the summer, they helped the Residents to do crafts three times. It is always such a joy to have them visit, they bring different craft projects for the Residents to work on. They are so patient in helping the Residents with their Read more…

Residents Day

Once a year we celebrate our Residents by having something special. We chose the Feast of Sts. Joachim and Ann who were the grandparents of Jesus, the parents of Mary. When thinking out what to do for this day, we decided on a “Carnival” which would consist of games, food and much fun. The different Read more…

The Sandpipers

The Sandpipers are South Bay Women’s Philanthropic Organization who serves the needs of the South Bay Community through charitable and philanthropic programs. Very often they work with children and the elderly. We had the joy of having them for three days of different craft projects. They bring the supplies needed for the project, but more Read more…

31 Years of Devoted Service!

Each and every one of our employees are very important to us, whether in nursing, dietary, housekeeping or those who work in the offices. Refugio, also known as “Cuco,” has been working in our kitchen for 31 years as dishwasher (making sure that our dishes, pots and pans are clean, but also the floors and Read more…

Gong Hei Fat Choy!

We had the great joy of having members of the “Chinese Alliance” who are in the Los Angeles area. These are Chinese natives and American Chinese who have been immersed in the Chinese culture, and encourage their children here in the United States to also learn the language and the culture. We sometimes forget that Read more…

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