With our 150th anniversary this year, we have had some special visitors and, therefore, some media coverage of our Home and the upcoming “Make it a Habit” Gala.
“Getting a jump on the jubilee celebrations, the Little Sisters of the Poor in San Pedro, California, hosted Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the papal nuncio for the United States of America, June 7. He has made a special effort to visit the Little Sisters of the Poor throughout his travels because, like their foundress, St. Jeanne Jugan, he grew up in the same simple fishing village of Saint-Servan … just a few centuries afterward.”
Read the full article from the National Catholic Register here.
Robert Brennan from the Angelus News also visited and wrote about our history and mission. The full article, “Planning on Providence”, is here.
Also, here.from the Palos Verdes Peninsula News shares her experience with our Home and highlights the “Make It a Habit Gala.” Read her story