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St. Joseph Hospital Celebrates Sisters Who Began Hospital and Served the Needy

Their legacy continues though Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ now serve elsewhere

WHAT: St. Joseph Hospital will host a celebration to honor the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ who were called to oversee ministries elsewhere earlier this year.

WHEN: 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013

WHERE: Bergstaff Place
  2020 E. Washington Blvd.
  Fort Wayne, Ind.
 
WHO:  More than a dozen PHJC, leadership from St. Joseph Hospital including
many board members, medical staff and associates; and board members from St. Joseph Community Health Foundation, HealthVisions of Fort Wayne and Catherine Kasper Place.

WHY: The PHJC founded St. Joseph Hospital 144 years ago as the first hospital in Fort Wayne and their first hospital in the U.S. They have given countless hours to the poor and the ill and St. Joe wants to honor their ongoing legacy and affirm that their mission continues in our community.


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