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In 1905, the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word established Houston’s first nursing school, the St. Joseph’s School of Nursing. The Sisters provided all of the instruction to a small group of initial students. Years later when the time came to move the program to a Bachelor of Science degree, the Sisters collaborated with…

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Recently, a 12-year-old girl came into CHRISTUS St. Mary’s Clinic with skin lesions on her face. While not large or disfiguring, she wanted to know if Dr. Popp and her team could help her get rid of them before she went back to school. She was concerned the kids to make fun of her or…

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CHRISTUS Foundation for HealthCare (formerly St. Joseph’s Foundation) provides healthcare and social services to underserved communities of all faiths, ages and cultures. To continue learning our story and the work we are doing in our communities, “Like Us” on our Facebook page. If you enjoyed the Throwback Thursday post, check in every Thursday for a…

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Marci

For over 30 years, CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread has provided health and social services to Galveston’s homeless. Five days a week, clients can depend on two hot meals, medical assistance, access to psychological services, clothing and hygiene products. For former client Marci Johnson, the services at CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread have set her on a…

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Dear Friend of the Foundation, After much discussion with our planning committee and with consultation with CHRISTUS Health, our Executive Committee determined that it was appropriate to cancel the 2020 Spring Luncheon in light of the evolving concerns related to COVID-19. This annual event serves as our major fundraiser of the year. The cancellation directly affects…

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