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The True History of the 1917 East St. Louis Race War

Sunday, 11/07/2021 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

2018 Jubilarians: Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ)

Sister Margaret Rose Guzzardo; Sister Patricia Bober; Sister Mary Carol Anth; Sister Mary Lillian Baumann; Sister Carol Brouillette; Sister Joan Filla; Sister Carolyn Hupperts; Sister Karen Langhi; Sister Shawn Madigan; Sister Rita McCormick; Sister Rose Marie McKenna; Sister Mary Catherine O’Gorman; Sister Ann Pace; Sister Helen Ryan; Sister Maryellen Tierney; Sister Jeanne Urschel; Sister Francis Regis Feise; Sister Rosemary Flanigan; Sister Jane Elizabeth Gerard; Sister Rose Philippine Hoormann; Sister Anna Margaret Kern; Sister Marjorie Quin; Sister Eleanor Agnes Sheehan; Sister Patricia Marie Hix; Sister Sarah McMahon; Sister Mary Ann Mulligan; Sister Marie Rene Pretti

50th reception

Sister Margaret Rose Guzzardo

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Birthplace: Freeport, Ill.

Entrance: 1967

First profession: 1970

Final profession: 1974

Education: Bachelor’s in speech correction, Fontbonne College, 1967

Master’s in communication disorders, Saint Louis University, 1971

Service in the archdiocese: Speech therapist, St. Roch Grade School, 1968-69

Faculty, Fontbonne College, 1971-77

Novice director and formation team member, St. Joseph Provincial House, 2001-02

Speech-language pathologist, Walker Scottish Rite Clinic, 2003-2015

Service outside the archdiocese: Speech therapist, St. Joseph Hospital, Kansas City, 1977-85

Speech-language pathologist, Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospital, Inglewood, Calif., 1985-89

Bilingual speech-language pathologist, St. Mary’s Hospital in Tucson, Ariz., 1990-91

Bilingual speech-language pathologist, Carondelet Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales, Ariz., 1990-96, 1997-2001

About Sister Margaret Rose Guzzardo: She received the Carondelet Health Care Rehabilitationist of the Year Award in 1995. Sister Margaret volunteered at St. Andrew’s Clinic in Nogales to serve Mexican children with speech-language disorders. She initiated Project Cleft Palate for the children. She initiated services in Spanish at the clinic and at Head Start centers. In 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013, she traveled to FUVIRESE (Fundacion de Vida, Realidad y Servicio) in Baños, Ecaudor, where she evaluated children and taught parents and teachers how to help children communicate.

Sister Patricia Bober

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Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1967

First profession: 1970

Final profession: 1973

Education: Bachelor’s in elementary schools mathematics, Fontbonne College, 1972

Master’s in social work, Washington University, St. Louis, 1980

Master’s in education, Washington University, St. Louis, 1980

Service in the archdiocese: Child care and houseparent, St. Joseph’s Home for Boys, 1972-73

Junior high teacher, Most Holy Rosary Grade School, 1973-78

Social worker and youth minister, Catholic Charities — North Area Youth Program, 1980-84

Program director and youth ministry, UJIMA Youth Program of CYC, 1984-91

Vocation education director, St. Joseph Provincial House, 1991-97

Mitigation investigator, State Public Defender System, 1995-96

Sabbatical, St. Matthew Parish, 1997-98

Vocation education minister, St. Joseph Provincial House, 1998-99

Youth ministry coordinator, St. Teresa of Avila Parish, 1998-2008

Temporary professed director, St. Joseph Provincial House, 2010-13

Youth ministry coordinator, Sts. Teresa and Bridget Parish, 2008-present

60th reception

Sister Mary Carol Anth

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Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in dietetics, science and philosophy, Fontbonne College, 1957

Master’s in nutrition, foods and chemistry, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, 1962

Service in the archdiocese: Faculty member, Fontbonne College and University, 1965-91

Chair of department, Fontbonne College and University, 1966-91

Assistant dean for academic affairs, Fontbonne University, 1992-97

Associate academic dean, Fontbonne University, 1997-2011

Part-time assistant director of academic advising, Fontbonne University, 2011-12

Retired and volunteer since 2012

Service outside the archdiocese: Nutrition education and nursing, Avila College, 1963-65

Dietitian, St. Joseph Hospital in Kansas City, 1963-65

About Sister Mary Carol Anth: Honors and awards: President’s Council on Youth Leadership Award from U.S. government, 1968; Washington, D.C. Inner City Fellowship from the American Home Economics Association, 1971; Chautauqua Award from National Science Foundation, 1974; Outstanding Dietitian of the Year Award for Missouri, 1987; Fontbonne College Founders Award for Distinguished Service in Higher Education and Dietetics, 1987; Citizen Ambassador Program of People to People; Family and Consumer Sciences Professional Delegation to South Africa, 1997; Fontbonne-Carondelet Heritage Award, 1999; Fontbonne University Alumni Distinguished Service Award, 2005. She is a 40+ year member of Iota Sigma Pi and Sigma Delta Epsilon and currently holds membership in Phi Kappa Phi.

Sister Mary Lillian Baumann

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Birth name: Anna Lois

Birthplace: Indianapolis

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in elementary education, Fontbonne College, 1962

Service in the archdiocese: Coordinator, Father Tolton Catholic Community, 1985-92

Director of outreach program, Father Tolton Catholic Community, 1992-93

Community service, Nazareth Living Center, 1994-2004

Office worker, St. Joseph Development Office, 2005-11

Donor relations, Development Office, 2001-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Marietta, Ga.; Keshena, Wis.; and Indianapolis, Ind., 1962-79

Neighborhood betterment worker and associate director at Metropolitan Area Citizen Organization in Indiana, 1979-85

Sister Carol Brouillette

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Birthplace: Vincennes, Ind.

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in music education, Fontbonne College, 1957

Master’s in liturgical music, University of Notre Dame, 1968

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Luke the Evangelist School, 1960-61

Teacher, St. Roch School, 1961-62

Teacher, Rosati-Kain High School, 1962-82

Co-director of Earth Project, St. Joseph Wood Earth Spirituality Center, 2004-10

Retired and volunteer music ministry, 2010-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Pastoral associate, St. Benedict Parish, Terre Haute, Ind., 1983-92

Music and liturgy coordinator, St. Lawrence Parish, Lawrenceville, Ill., 1993-96

Music and liturgy coordinator, Immaculate Conception Parish, Bridgeport, Ill. 1993-2004

About Sister Carol Brouillette: She now devotes her volunteer time to liturgical piano and organ, and healing harp ministry in various residential facilities for seniors.

Sister Joan Filla

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Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in mathematics, Fontbonne College, 1962

Master’s in elementary education, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1970

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Holy Name Grade School, 1972-76

Teacher, St. Joseph’s Home for Boys, 1976-78

Teacher, Holy Name Grade School, 1978-80

Religious education coordinator, Holy Name Parish, 1980-81

Residential counselor, Boys Hope and Girls Hope (formerly Jesuit Living and Learning Program), 1981-82

Regional superior, St. Joseph Provincialate, 1988-90

Provincial councilor, St. Joseph Provincialate, 1988-92

Client intake worker, Hosea House, 1991-92

Coordinator of client intake, Hosea House, 1992-93

Director of social services, Hosea House, 1993-96

Founder and program director, Carondelet Family Literacy Program, 1997-2008

Vocation and formation ministry team member, St. Joseph Provincial House, 2004-08

Candidate director, St. Joseph Provincial House, 2005-08

Community service, 2008-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in St. Joseph and Kansas City, Mo.; and Champaign, Ill.

Served in rural community education and development work in Hayneville, Ala.; and Okolona, Miss.

About Sister Joan Filla: Visiting parts of South America, Africa and Europe. sensitized her to the richness of diversity. She founded Carondelet Family Literacy Program, which was an open door school for those who desired to get their high school certification. Sister Joan helped in the creation and operation of the first Women’s Build for Habitat for Humanity in St. Louis. She is a founding board member of Marian Middle School, an alternative urban school for economically challenged girls located in south St. Louis, and served as a board member for Pillar Place, a congregational collaborative housing project. She now assists students at Innovative Concept Academy, a school founded by Judge Jimmie Edwards and lives a ministry of presence in Ferguson.

Sister Carolyn Hupperts

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Birth name: M. Josephine

Birthplace: East St. Louis, Ill.

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in psychology and education, Fontbonne College, 1962

Master’s in remedial reading and education, University of Missouri, Kansas City, 1973

Service in the archdiocese: Principal, St. Margaret of Scotland School, 1970-73

Teacher, Bishop Healy School, 1973-76

Principal, Holy Guardian Angels School, 1976-81

Sabbatical, 1981-82

Pastoral associate, Holy Guardian Angels Parish, 1982-83

Director RCIA and pastoral associate, Corpus Christi and St. Lucy Church, 1992-96

GED teacher, St. Louis Public Schools, 1997-2000

Activities director, Mary Ryder Home, 2000-08

Retired and volunteer, 2008-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in Peoria and Chicago, Ill.; Kansas City, Mo.; and Odessa, Texas

About Sister Carolyn Hupperts: Since 2008, she has served the dear neighbor through her volunteer activities, especially at Carondelet Community Betterment Federation (CCBF).

Sister Karen Langhi

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Birthplace: Evanston, Ill.

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in Latin, history and theology, Fontbonne College in 1962

Master’s in Latin and classical studies, Loyola University in Chicago, 1972

Master’s in pastoral liturgy, Santa Clara University, 1990

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1966-84

Latin tutor, 2003

Latin teacher, Cor Jesu Academy, 2004

Latin teacher, Ursuline Academy, 2004-09

Retired and volunteer, 2009-2018

Prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 2018

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in Kansas City; Denver Colo.: and Colusa and Redding, Calif.

Pastoral associate for 14 years at St. Thomas of Canterbury Church in San Jose, Calif.

About Sister Karen Langhi: Travel is her favorite hobby.

Sister Shawn Madigan

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Birth name: Mary

Birthplace: Green Bay, Wis.

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in biology, Fontbonne College, 1962

Master’s in religious education, The Catholic University of America, 1971

Doctorate in Christian spirituality, The Catholic University of America, 1984

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1962-63

Teacher, St. Joseph’s Academy, 1967-73

Renewal team member, St. Louis Province, 1974-75

Constitutions task force member, Mt. Carmel Convent, 1976-77

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Waco, Texas; Keshena, Wis; Greensburg, Pa.; 1982-83

Associate professor of theology and professor of theology, College of St. Catherine and University of St. Catherine, St. Paul, 1985-2008

Adjunct professor of theology, St. Norbert Spiritual Institute, Depere, Wis., 2008-2015

Retirement and volunteer, Green Bay, Wis., 2015-present

About Sister Shawn Madigan: Sister Shawn is an accomplished theological scholar, with many honors and publications to her credit. Her biography and works are included in resources such as The Dictionary of International Scholars Biography (24-26th editions). She has been a resident visiting scholar in Oxford, England, University of Notre Dame, Institute of Ecumenical and Cultural Research-St. John’s University, and St. Mary-of-the-Woods. In 2005, she received the St. Paul Archdiocesan Msgr. Sweeney Award for Furthering Vatican II Ideals and Liturgical Reforms. She retired from St. Catherine’s University as a Distinguished Professor of Theology in 2008.

Sister Rita McCormick

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Birthplace: Chicago

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in history, Fontbonne College, 1962

Master’s in theology, University of Notre Dame, 1971

Service in the archdiocese: Pastoral associate, Incarnate Word Hospital, 1978-81

Pastoral associate, Saint Louis University Medical Center, 1981-83

Chaplaincy, St. Alexius Hospital, 2003-2010

Finance office assistant, St. Joseph Provincial House, 2010-2014

Retired and volunteer, 2014-2015

Community life staff, Nazareth Living Center, 2015-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Sister McCormick has served in Champaign and Chicago, Ill.; Atlanta and Brunswick, Ga.; Ishpeming and Detroit, Mich.; Kansas City; Dallas, Texas; Gary, Ind.: Wichita, Kan.; Philadelphia, Pa.; and Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn.

Religious education director, St. John Parish, Ishpeming, Mich., 1972-73

Pastoral minister, St. Joseph Hospital, Kansas City, 1973-76

Pastoral minister, Mt. Carmel Hospital, Detroit, 1976-77

Pastoral associate, St. Mary Medical Center, Gary, Ind., 1983-84

CPE supervisor, Riverside Medical Center, Minneapolis, 1989-91

Clerical work, 3M, St. Paul, 1993-2002

About Sister Rita McCormick: “What I have learned is how to take a task that is routine and monotonous and keep it from being labeled as a ‘have not’s job,’” said Sister Rita. “I try to model that all work has a dignity and that satisfaction can come from doing a job well. In short. I work with a sense of the CSJ moving toward the ‘more.’”

Sister Rose Marie McKenna

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Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in psychology, Fontbonne College, 1962

Master’s in social studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1972

Service in the archdiocese: Principal and teacher, St. Luke the Evangelist School, 1971-73

Teacher, Most Holy Rosary School, 1977-79

Superior, Nazareth Convent, 1979-84

Registrar, St. Joseph’s Academy, 1984-85

Campus minister and teacher, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1985-89

Assistant principal, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1989-92

Teacher, Holy Family School, 1992-94

Consultant, Office of Learning Styles of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, 1994-95

Grant writer, 1995-2001

Family care, 1997-2001

Tutor, 2001-02

Community service, Nazareth Living Center, 2002-15

Retired and volunteer, 2015-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Rolla, Mo.; Indianapolis, Ind.; and West De Pere, Wis.

About Sister Rose Marie McKenna: She now volunteers at Nazareth visiting the sisters and leading a prayer group and book club.

Sister Mary Catherine O’Gorman

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Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in education and physical education, Fontbonne College, 1954

Master’s in religious education, The Catholic University of America, 1972

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Patrick School, 1960-61

Teacher, Immacolata School, 1961-64

Renewal team member, Mt. Carmel Convent, 1971-72

Assistant provincial superior, St. Joseph Provincialate, 1972-77

Provincial superior, St. Joseph Provincialate, 1977-84

Assistant director, Exodus Program, 1985-89

Director of communications, Cardinal Ritter Senior Services, 1990-91

Pastoral minister, St. Michael’s Therapeutic Center, 1991-93

Transition and ministry coordinator, St. Joseph Provincial House, 1992-2005

Family care, 2004-08

Volunteer ministry, 2006-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Kansas City, Mo., and Green Bay, Wis.

Sister Ann Pace

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Birthplace: Alton, Ill.

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: French and Spanish, Fontbonne College, 1962

Master’s in Spanish, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1967

Service in the archdiocese: Regional superior and provincial councilor, St. Joseph Provincialate, 1971-74

IIRR program coordinator, CPC and INTER Community Consultants, 1974-75

Teacher, St. Anthony High School, 1975-84

Administrative assistant, Congregational Center of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, 1984-86

Teacher, St. Joseph’s Academy, 1986-87

Sabbatical, Emmaus House, 1987-89

Associate for sponsorship, Catholic Health Association, 1989-92

Administrative associate, Development Department of the Salvation Army, 1992-2002

Office worker, St. Joseph Development Office at St. Joseph Provincial House, 2002-04

Administrative assistant, Doorways, 2004-06

Retired and volunteer, 2006-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Peoria, Ill. and Kansas City, Mo.

Sister Helen Ryan

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Birth name: Margaret Mary

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: English and secondary schools, Fontbonne College, 1962

English and secondary schools, Saint Louis University, 1969

Education and secondary administration, Saint Louis University, 1976

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Luke the Evangelist Grade School, 1960-62

Teacher, Valle High School, 1963-66

Teacher, St. Anthony High School, 1966-75

Assistant principal, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1975-83

Assistant principal and associate principal, John F. Kennedy High School, 1983-95

Teacher of religious studies, Chaminade College Preparatory, 1995-2009

Volunteer, 2009-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Denver

About Sister Helen Ryan: Sister Ryan has been volunteering at St. Joseph’s Academy since 2012.

Sister Maryellen Tierney

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Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in business education, Fontbonne College, 1964

Master’s in liturgy, University of Notre Dame, 1971

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Jude Grade School, 1968-70

Generalate secretary and administrative assistant, Congregational Center of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, 1972-84

Administrative assistant, office manager and executive assistant, Carondelet Health System, 1984-99

Administrative assistant, St. Joseph Provincial House, 2000-2014

Retired and volunteer, 2014-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in education in Kingsford and Negaunee, Mich.; Peoria, Ill.; and Kansas City, Mo.

About Sister Maryellen Tierney: Sister Tierney was an integral part of the vast renovations that occurred at the St. Louis Provincial House during her time as administrative assistant.

Sister Jeanne Urschel

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Birthplace: Evanston, Ill.

Entrance: 1957

First profession: 1960

Final profession: 1965

Education: Bachelor’s in nursing, College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, 1964

Master’s in nursing and family-clinician, Medical College of Georgia, 1979

Service in the archdiocese: Provincial council, St. Joseph Provincialate, 1996-2002

Retired and volunteer, 2015-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in nursing in Augusta and Atlanta, Ga., and Kansas City, Mo.

About Sister Jeanne Urschel: Starting in 2006, she served nine years as an administrative assistant with Catholic Charities of Atlanta.

70th reception

Sister Francis Regis Feise

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Birth name: Marianne

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1948

First profession: 1950

Final profession: 1953

Education: Bachelor’s in elementary education, Fontbonne College, 1960

Master’s in special education for emotionally disturbed, Loyola University Chicago, 1964

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Joseph’s Home for Boys, 1950-55

Teacher, St. Anthony of Padua School, 1955-56

Teacher, St. Leo School, 1956-58

Principal, Most Holy Rosary School, 1969-77

Home service, CSJ Care, 2001-2007

Retired and volunteer, 2008-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in education in Chicago, Ill.; Washington and Atlanta, Ga.; and Waco, Texas

Residential counselor, Jesuit Living and Learning Program, New Orleans, 1983-2001

Sister Rosemary Flanigan

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Birthplace: Kansas City

Entrance: 1947

First profession: 1950

Final profession: 1953

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, College of St. Teresa (now Avila University), 1947

Master’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1956

Doctorate in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1964

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Leo School, 1950-51

Teacher, St. Teresa of Avila School, 1951-54

Teacher, Rosati-Kain High School,
1955-56; 1959-60

Administrative staff, Fontbonne College, 1964-68

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Peoria, Ill.; Denver, Colo.; and Kansas City, Mo.

Faculty and chair of the Philosophy Department, Rockhurst College and University, 1975-92

Ethics consultant, director of ethics development, education committee and program consultant, Center for Practical Bioethics, Kansas City

About Sister Rosemary Flanigan: Sister Flanigan retired in 2010 and volunteers.

Sister Jane Elizabeth Gerard

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Birth name: Helen Marie

Birthplace: Ste. Genevieve

Entrance: 1947

First profession: 1950

Final profession: 1953

Education: Bachelor’s in music and violin, Fontbonne College, 1959

Master’s in music and violin, Duquesne University, 1966

All But Dissertation (ABD) in musicology, University of Chicago in 1972

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Notre Dame de Lourdes Grade School, 1950

Music and choir teacher, St. Philip Neri School, 1950-52

Music and choir teacher, Nativity of Our Lord School, 1952-57

Music and choir teacher, St. Margaret of Scotland School, 1957-61

Music teacher and private lessons, Fontbonne and multiple schools in St. Louis, 1961-68

Interim novice director, St. Joseph Provincial House, 2002-2004

Spiritual director and manuscript transcriber, 2015-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in Chicago and Lemont, Ill.

Administrative assistant, strategic planning support, assistant in office of community partnership and assistant to the associate vice-president of academic affairs, De Paul University, Chicago, for 25 years

Sister Rose Philippine Hoormann

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Birth name: Elizabeth M.

Birthplace: Florissant

Entrance: 1947

First profession: 1950

Final profession: 1953

Education: Bachelor’s in dietetics, Fontbonne College, 1959

Service in the archdiocese: Cook, Nazareth Convent, 1950-52

Dining room manager, St. Joseph Provincial House, 1953-54

Dietitian, St. Joseph Hospital, 1973-86

Nurse assistant, St. Joseph Hospital, 1986-88

Community service, Nazareth Convent and Living Center, 1988-95

Residential care assistant, Nazareth Living Center, 1995-98

Assistant administrator, St. Joseph Academy Convent, 1998-2001

Home care service, CSJ Care, 2002-03

Volunteer, Nazareth Living Center, 2003-09

Family care, 2003-08

Prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 2009-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Sister Hoormann served in Keshena, Wis.; Cincinnati; Kansas City, Mo.; and Augusta, Ga.

Sister Anna Margaret Kern

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Birth name: Helen Margaret

Birthplace: Ste. Genevieve

Entrance: 1948

First profession: 1950

Final profession: 1953

Education: Bachelor’s in education and history, Fontbonne College in 1967

Service in the archdiocese: General help, St. Joseph’s Home for Boys, 1950-52

Teacher, St. Jude School, 1963-65

Teacher, St. Joseph’s Home for Boys, 1965-66

Teacher, St. Vincent de Paul School, 1967-69

Teacher, Most Holy Rosary School, 1969-75

Secretary, St. Louis Cathedral School, 1975-80

Teacher, Saints John and James School, 1980-87

Teacher, Good Shepherd School, 1987-2005

Retired and volunteer, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, 2005-13

Prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 2013-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Chicago and Negaunee, Mich.

Sister Marjorie Quin

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Birthplace: Trivoli, Ill.

Entrance: 1947

First profession: 1950

Final profession: 1953

Education: Bachelor’s in mathematics, Fontbonne College, 1960

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Leo School, 1950-52

Teacher, St. Edward School, 1952-60

Teacher, St. Anthony of Padua School, 1960-61

Teacher, Saints Mary and Joseph School, 1961-63

Teacher, Holy Name School, 1967-71

Provincial secretary, St. Joseph Provincial House, 1982-88

Prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 2008-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in Chicago and Peoria, Ill.; and Crystal River, St. Petersburg, Belleair and Clearwater, Fla.

Sister Eleanor Agnes Sheehan

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Birthplace: Denver

Entrance: 1947

First profession: 1950

Final profession: 1953

Education: Bachelor’s in American history, Fontbonne College, 1956

Master’s in dogmatic and systematic theology, The Catholic University of America, 1965

Doctorate in dogmatic theology, The Catholic University of America, 1967

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Sts. Mary and Joseph School, 1950-55

Teacher, Nativity of Our Lord School, 1955-56

Teacher, Most Holy Rosary School, 1956-58

Faculty, Fontbonne College, 1958-64; 1967-71

Provincial councilor and regional superior, St. Joseph Provincialate, 1977-80

Prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 2012-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in East Lansing, Mich.; Kaneohe, Hawaii; Littleton and Sedalia, Colo.

75th reception

Sister Patricia Marie Hix

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Birth name: Dorothy

Birthplace: Kansas City

Entrance: 1942

First profession: 1945

Final profession: 1948

Education: Bachelor’s in mathematics, Fontbonne College, 1954

Master’s in mathematics, Saint Louis University, 1963

Service in the archdiocese: Substitute teacher, St. Joseph Provincial House, 1945

Teacher, St. Patrick School, 1945-46

Teacher, Our Lady of the Presentation School, 1946-48

Teacher, St. Patrick School, 1948-50

Teacher, St. Rita School, 1953-54

Teacher, St. Thomas Aquinas High School, 1956-57

Teacher, Most Blessed Sacrament School, 1957-61

Faulty member and registrar, Fontbonne College, 1961-64

Teacher, St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf, 1971-90

Afternoon receptionist, St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf, 1990-2005

Retired and volunteer ministry of prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 2005-11

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Montgomery City and Kansas City, Mo.

Retired and volunteer in Cut Bank, Mont., 2011-present

Sister Sarah McMahon

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Birthplace: Savannah, Ga.

Entrance: 1942

First profession: 1945

Final profession: 1948

Education: Bachelor’s in history and education, College of St. Teresa (now Avila University), 1959

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Valle Grade School, 1979-81

Teacher, Sacred Heart School, 1988-89

Teacher, Immaculate Conception School, 1989-91

Provincial house staff member, St. Joseph Provincial House 1991-94

Prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 1999-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Augusta, Savannah, Valdosta, Atlanta and Marietta, Ga.; St. Joseph and Kansas City; Mo.; Mobile, Ala.; Marquette and Hancock, Mich.; Muskogee, Okla.; and Denver, Colo.

Sister Mary Ann Mulligan

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Birthplace: Denver

Entrance: 1942

First profession: 1945

Final profession: 1948

Education: Bachelor’s in music education, Fontbonne College, 1957

Master’s in music education, Duquesne University, 1961

Doctorate in music education, University of Colorado, 1973

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Philip Neri School, 1945-46

Private piano teacher, Sts. John and James School, 1955-57

Music teacher, St. Mary Magdalen School, 1957-61

Novitiate choir director, 1957-61

Department of music chair, Fontbonne College, 1977-86

Colorado development director, St. Joseph Provincial House, 1987-95

Retired, 2012-2013

Prayer and presence, Nazareth Living Center, 2013-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Music teacher in Peoria, Ill.; Waco, Texas; Kansas City, Mo.; Atlanta; and Denver

Sister Marie Rene Pretti

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Birth name: Ruth

Birthplace: Glenwood Springs, Colo.

Entrance: 1942

First profession: 1945

Final profession: 1948

Education: Bachelor’s in history, Loretto Heights College in Denver, 1952

Master’s in history, Saint Louis University, 1959

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Margaret of Scotland School, 1957-59

Prayer and presence, 2009-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Served in Kansas City, Mo.; Denver, Littleton and Glenwood Springs, Colo.; Green Bay, Wis.; and Las Vegas, Nev.

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