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Bravo Hildegarde House!

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

Hildegard House received the 26th annual Monroe E. Trout Premier Cares Award and a $100,000 cash prize from Premier Inc., a leading healthcare improvement company. This money went directly into…

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Congratulations, Mary Catherine!

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

Mary Catherine Rabbitt received the John J. Campbell Award for her substantial contribution to the furtherance of Colorado Elder Law, the Elder Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association and…

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Vicki Steps Up Again!

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

Vicki Schwartz has taken the job of Interim President at Escuela de Guadalupe in Denver. She is responsible for the overall operations of the school, and she serves as its…

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Mary Nelle Celebrates 50 Golden Years With Gratitude

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

By Cathy Mueller Mary Nelle Gage is celebrating 50 years as a Sister of Loretto. When asked about her life in Loretto, her response is one of gratitude for the…

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Father Peter Urban Celebrates 60 Years as a Priest

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

By Kathy Santopietro Weddel Peter Urban “happened” to the Roman Catholic priesthood May 31, 1958, and the Church hasn’t been the same since. That “happening” continues as he lives his…

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El Paso Celebrates Mary Margaret’s Retirement from Villa Maria

By Mary Ann McGivern SL / September 2, 2018 /

For 11 years Mary Margaret Murphy has been the caseworker at Villa Maria in El Paso, accompanying and guiding women through transition from homelessness, addiction, mental illness and incarceration to…

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Reading Enrichment by and for Greater Loretto

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

By Angela Bianco and Kay Carlew It all began with a good idea and a question — why don’t we …? And then it came together. Kay Carlew did her…

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I Will Go – To Ghana

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

By Stacy Fitzwater “Madam, Madam!” Children ages 5 to 15 clamored for our attention. Come, play on the dirt field. Come, ride my bike, see my classroom, walk to the…

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A Time to Be Born … and a Time to End

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

By Kitty Madden Accompaniment or “walking with” has been integral to our work in Nicaragua at the Casa Materna Mary Ann Jackman (MAJ). Since welcoming our first mothers in October…

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Speaking Truth to Power … Walking a Pilgrimage of Pain

By Loretto Community / September 2, 2018 /

By Kitty Madden “Kitty, could you just send us something simple (about the situation in Nicaragua), a personal perspective of the impact on you and your friends?” That was the…

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Introducing the 2018-2019 Loretto Volunteers!

By Mallory Daily / September 2, 2018 /

Thirteen Loretto Volunteers arrived Aug. 10 for their weeklong orientation at the Loretto Motherhouse. As you already might know, Loretto Volunteers commit to a year of service working full time…

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Mary Catherine Rabbitt SL Receives First-Ever Campbell Award for Her Legal Work for Elderly

By Loretto Community / August 27, 2018 /

Congratulations to Mary Catherine Rabbitt SL, who on Aug. 24 was awarded the first-ever John J. Campbell Outstanding Contribution to Elder Law Award for her leadership in Colorado elder law.…

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