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Sister Mary Imelda, center, and the crew that makes her spaghetti sauce, left to right, Mark Piotrowski, Germane Thomas, Linda Calhoun, Michael Jones, David Houze, Tay Greer, and Robert Miller. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
By Erin Schurenberg and Eileen Connelly, OSU Imagine it: 6,000 meatballs, 150 pounds of prepared spaghetti noodles and 165 gallons of sizzling tomato sauce. This was the scene on a warm June Saturday afternoon at St. Paul’s Archbishop Leibold Home in Clifton. The event was the ninth annual spaghetti dinner

A religious community devoted to caring for the most needy elderly has much reason to celebrate.This Saturday October 20th, the Little Sisters of the Poor will mark the 150th anniversary of the community’s arrival in the United States. St. Paul’s Home for Aged in Clifton is the second home founded

Just more than 40 years ago, the Little Sisters of the Poor, appeared on page 12 of The Catholic Telegraph in a story about the dedication of the Archbishop Leibold Home for the Aged. That photo marks today’s #ThrowbackThursday. Pictured at a microphone is Mother Cecilia de St. Georges, then provincial superior

By Catholic News Service & CT Staff WASHINGTON — The Little Sisters of the Poor and a Catholic college are the latest Catholic entities to file a lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services over its mandate that most religious employers’ health insurance plans cover contraceptives, sterilization and some abortion-inducing