Ash Wednesday Observed

The day after Mardi Gras is a busy one at Mullen Home. The season of Lent and the journey to Christ’s glorious resurrection begins. Those who accept the sign of ashes accept them as a confession of their mortality and their faith in the life-giving power of God. They are making room for that divine Read more…

Wheels of fortune reap great delights for Residents!

By Miya Rahn, Activities Director What a better way to kick off Fat Tuesday than a Mardi Gras Masquerade Party- Casino Style! The night began with a nice Hors d’oeuvre supper where the Residents received their first batch of Mardi Gras beads to wear. After supper, everyone transitioned to the auditorium where Mardi Gras masks Read more…

Sister Appreciation Day!

Will the real Sister please stand up?! It was time, said the Residents, the Sisters had their own appreciation day – a well-deserved recognition for all they do for the Residents throughout the holiday season as well as all year long. It was a party schemed by the Residents, Ruthie Horton, Administrator, Lindsay Graveley, Volunteer Read more…

Fun for all – From a Merry Christmas through a Rockin’ New Year!

A beautiful and joyous holiday season was had by all! You could feel the happiness of our Residents, staff, volunteers, and Little Sisters as you made your way through the halls. On every floor and at every turn, beautifully decorated trees enlivened the mood in preparation for the birth of Christ. Even “miniature carolers” adorned Read more…

Celebrating Saint Jeanne Jugan

St. Jeanne Jugan’s Feast Day was a joyful occasion with the sounds of celebration echoing throughout the halls of Mullen Home! One of the activities of the day was a fill-in-the blanks game of identifying St. Jeanne Jugan sayings. The day before, posters appeared in the halls with her beautiful sayings and filled with pictures Read more…

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