Religious anthropologists, who study the impact of religion on humanity, have defined liminality as "standing at the threshold" of a new way of being, such as after completion of a ritual or sacramental moment. Life is somewhat different than before, but moving forward into something new, yet suprisingly familiar; grace has entered in. Indeed, our LCM family continues its own experience of liminality as we reflect on the completion of our Campus Transformation Project. Our 1929 Tower Building, which has served us faithfully for the past 83 years, has come down to make way for the next chapter in our history. Indeed the years to come will be a time for sharing our many memories, creating new ones- and for moving forward with grace.


Many thanks to our supporters and donors to the LCMH Foundation; you are remembered daily in the prayers of our LCM Sisters for your unfailing generosity and support.



Brian T. Lepacek, MDiv

Executive Director, Foundation



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Oct 6, 2014

Little Company of Mary Hospital United In Prayer While Mourning the Loss of Two Beloved LCM Sisters

Oct 1, 2014

Proceeds from the Beverly Breast Cancer Walk Fund Two New Specialized Nursing Positions at LCMH

Sep 17, 2014

Little Company of Mary Hospital Completes Its Seven-Year Campus Transformation Project


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