Nursing Home Week 2020

During May, we recognize the hard work and dedication of our staff with a special week of celebration. Here are some highlights from Nursing Home Week...

Letting Go and Letting God

In the Shadow of His Wings Did you know that the butterfly is a symbol of the Resurrection? For many, the butterfly represents change, endurance, hope, and life; a beautiful reminder for us in the midst of difficulties. Recently, a friend our ours sent some Butterfly...

Drive By Heroes

Recently the Culver City Fire Department did a drive-by not only for our residents, but also to honor our staff who joyfully and generously come to work every day during these precarious times. They sacrifice and place themselves at risk in order to keep our residents...
The Light Shines in the Darkness

The Light Shines in the Darkness

What do John Paul II, Edith Stein, Emil Kapaun, Mother Luisita, and you all have in common?  All of you have had in your lifetime, the opportunity to be light in the darkness.  Whether in the face of the darkness of a communist regime or of a corona virus pandemic,...
The Church is Closed but the Temple Within is Always Open

The Church is Closed but the Temple Within is Always Open

In the Gospel of John, Jesus speaks to His apostles of the difficult times they will encounter ahead, warning them so that when the time comes they “will not fall away” (John 16:1). One of the sufferings that He mentions is that they will be put out of the synagogues....
Listening is an Act of Love

Listening is an Act of Love

On Saturday, April 28th our administrator Sr. Mary Clare participated in an interfaith panel at the First Congregational Church in Long Beach California. “Listening is an Act of Love” was the topic of the discussion about the discovery of how stories of...