Santa Teresita…Home Again: A ‘Primarosa Returns”

Santa Teresita…Home Again: A ‘Primarosa Returns”

Santa Teresita opened in 1930 as a TB sanatorium and the dear young women whom we cared for are affectionately known as the “Primarosas”- the first roses of Santa Teresita. Lucile Perez, was one of Santa Teresita’s early boarders at our Sanatorium in the 1940s. “I...
Hayden 5k 2017: A Race to Remember

Hayden 5k 2017: A Race to Remember

The Hayden 5k was our usual March highlight here at Santa Teresita. This year, the excitement was even more elevated than usual, as we are celebrating Hayden’s 50th anniversary! We had racers of every age and with many different modes of transportation; some...
Alleluia, He is risen!!

Alleluia, He is risen!!

“Christ is risen from the dead! And by His death, He has trampled upon death And has given life to those who are in the tomb.” There is so much to say in this season of Easter, so much to meditate on and contemplate, which makes it difficult to pick just...
Spring Break… or Spring Service?

Spring Break… or Spring Service?

For many college students, spring break is a time to head to the coast, forget all troubles of papers and of grades, and become beach bums for a week. Some take a camping trip as a good substitute, or a trip to the city to see the sites. Spring break should be...
Irish at Heart

Irish at Heart

Green. What do you think of when you think of green? Perhaps plants? Or just living things in general? Or more likely, at this time of year… Ireland! Let’s all just admit it right now. We all want to be Irish. On St. Patrick’s day, most of us suddenly dug up our...
St. Joseph’s Grapes

St. Joseph’s Grapes

Holy Mother Church made quite a statement this year in moving the feast of St. Joseph from the usual 19th of March to the 20th, since the 19th fell on a Sunday this year. St. Joseph’s feast is so big, we can’t just have it bumped off the calendar without...