Students from Molloy College, Kellenberg Memorial and Chaminade High Schools and St. Catherine of Siena Youth Group came together for an encounter with our Residents on Saturday, February 11. Along with one of our Little Sisters, Sister Constance Carolyn, they have put together a program: Youth and Aged for Life, animated by Janis Clarke of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C.
If said quickly, the title, Youth and Aged can sound like euthanasia; so the purpose is to bring together youth and elderly to pray for life and for an end to euthanasia. Residents in our Home in Washington, D.C., have been the pioneers, meeting twice a month to hear about news on life issues, to pray the Rosary and then get together for a social time. Janis and Sister Constance Carolyn are bringing their idea to several Homes of the Little Sisters with a hope of uniting many in prayer for this important concern.