The Little Sisters of the Poor, who have humbly served the elderly at Mullen Home for over 100 years, are foundational to the Catholic community in Denver. As they prepare to say farewell, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila will be celebrating a special Mass in their honor at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Oct. 25.
“For over a century, the Mullen Home has been a witness to Christ’s love, as the Little Sisters of the Poor have served the home’s residents with love, compassion, and dignity, aided by the charity of so many who have supported the mission, and initially made possible by a generous gift from J. K. Mullen and his family,” Archbishop Aquila said.
All are invited to come and celebrate the beautiful work the Little Sisters have done for so long and give thanks to God for their enduring legacy here in the Archdiocese of Denver.
“On behalf of the bishops who came before me and the Archdiocese of Denver, please know we have been inspired by your witness to live out the call of the Gospel in the 100-plus years you have served here,” the archbishop said.
Little Sisters of the Poor Mass
Tuesday, October 25, 5:30 p.m.
Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
1530 N. Logan St., Denver, CO 80203
Mass will be livestreamed at littlesistersofthepoordenver.org and archden.org/livestream