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Jubilarians | School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND)

School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND)

50th First Profession

Sister Joan Andert

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1969

First profession: 1972

Final profession: 1978

Education: Bachelor’s in mathematics, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1973

Master’s in mathematics, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1984

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Rosati-Kain High School, St. Louis, 1987-89

Principal, Rosati-Kain High School, St. Louis, 1989-2008

President, Rosati-Kain High School, St. Louis, 1989-2018

Director, Ministry Office of the School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Pacific Province, St. Louis, 2019-present.

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Joseph, East St. Louis, Illinois, 1973-74

Teacher, Notre Dame High School, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1974-84

Teacher, St. Paul High School, Highland, Illinois, 1984-86

Teacher, Quincy Notre Dame High School, Quincy, Illinois, 1986-87

About Sister Joan Andert: The School Sisters of Notre Dame have opened my eyes to the world and given me the opportunity to work with a myriad of people. SSND internationality and deep roots near home have both been gifts. I have loved almost every day! It was a special privilege to serve at Rosati-Kain High School and attempt to repay the gift I received there as a student. I am grateful for every blessing of the last 50 years!

Sister Kathleen Brice

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1969

First profession: 1972

Final profession: 1979

Education: Bachelor’s in history, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1973

Master’s in history, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, 1980

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Notre Dame High School, St. Louis, 1983-2000 and 2016-present

Assistant principal, Incarnate Word Academy, St. Louis, 2000-01

Teacher, St. Joseph Academy, St. Louis, 2001-13

Teacher, Ursuline Academy, St. Louis, 2014-15

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Joseph, East St. Louis, Illinois, 1973

Teacher, Helias High School, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1973-78

Teacher, Notre Dame High School, Burlington, Iowa, 1978-81

Teacher and campus minister, Notre Dame High School, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1981-83

About Sister Kathleen Brice: I always introduce myself as a SSND, educator and historian. Working with secondary students all these years allowed me to witness my love for each of these life’s commitments. I enjoy sharing Blessed Theresa’s words and messages with others.

Sister Carol Jean Dust

Birthplace: Effingham, Illinois

Entrance: 1969

First profession: 1972

Final profession: 1977

Education: Bachelor’s in mathematics, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1973

Master’s in theology, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, Illinois, 1986

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Peter, St. Charles, 1973-78

Teacher, Our Lady of Loretto, St. Louis, 1978-84

Teacher, Notre Dame High School, St. Louis, 1997-2000

Coordinator of religious education, All Saints School, St. Peters, 2000-07

Ministry commission chairperson, School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Pacific Province, St. Louis, 2019-present

Vocations team member, School Sisters of Notre Dame North American Vocations Team, St. Louis, 2019-present.

Service outside the archdiocese: Administrator and teacher, Instituto Notre Dame, El Progreso, Honduras, 1987-97

General councilor, School Sisters of Notre Dame Generalate, Rome, Italy, 2008-18

About Sister Carol Jean Dust: Leaving the Generalate in Rome, I stood in the foyer looking at the faces encircling me — my home community and provincial leaders from around the congregation. Remembering similar moments of mission transition, my heart could only say, “Leaving here is so difficult because we have loved.”

Sister Ruth Emke

Birthplace: St. Charles

Entrance: 1969

First profession: 1972

Final profession: 1977

Education: Bachelor’s in American studies, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1973

Master’s in theological studies with a concentration in world mission, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, Illinois, 1988

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St. Louis, 1976-77

Assistant, Senior Resources Office, St. Louis, 1995-96

Assistant, St. Augustine Wellston Center, Wellston, 1995-96

Development director, School Sisters of Notre Dame Province of Africa, St. Louis, 2001-12

Community leader, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2012-18

Parish office manager, St. Bernadette, St. Louis, 2018-present.

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Marianne de Paredes, Pico Rivera, California, 1973-76

Teacher, Siake Stevens Commercial Secondary School, Port Loko, Sierra Leone, Africa, 1977-84

Parish administrator, Our Lady of the Rosary, Mange Bureh, Sierra Leone, Africa, 1989-95

Teacher, Port Loko Catholic Secondary School, Port Loko, Sierra Leone, Africa, 1996-97

Assistant, Orthopedic Training Center, Nsawam, Ghana, Africa, 1999-2000

About Sister Ruth Emke: I love that we are an international community and cherish all the times I’ve had the opportunity to meet SSND from other cultures and countries. I am especially grateful for the time I spent ministering in Sierra Leone and Ghana!

60th First Profession

Sister Marianne Almon

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in English, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in English, Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, 1974

Master’s in religious education, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1988

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Notre Dame High School, St. Louis, 1965-77

St. Francis Borgia High School, Washington, 1977-78

Administrator, Maria Center, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 1978-80

Religious program director, Archdiocesan Catholic Education Office, St. Louis, 1980-2010

Religious education media center assistant, Archdiocesan Catholic Education Office, St. Louis, 2010-17

Prayer, presence and volunteer, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2017-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Mater Dei High School, Breese, Illinois, 1964-65

About Sister Marianne Almon: Each student, colleague, community member in Notre Dame blessed me abundantly. But what most sustains and guides my journey are words given by my dearest SSND friend, “The most important thing in life is to know that God loves you.

Sister Mary Helen Bender

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in English, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in English, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois, 1973

Master’s in private school administration, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California, 1985

Service in the archdiocese: President, St. Dominic High School, O’Fallon, 1996-2011

Volunteer, St. Louis, 2012-present.

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Helias High School, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1964-67

Teacher, Mater Dei High School, Breese, Illinois, 1967-70

Teacher, Academy of Notre Dame, Belleville, Illinois, 1970-71

Teacher, Pius X High School, Downey, California, 1971-77

Administrator, Bishop Conaty High School, Los Angeles, California, 1977-78

Principal, St. Paul High School, Highland, Illinois, 1978-85

Principal, Quincy Notre Dame High School, Quincy, Illinois, 1985-95

About Sister Mary Helen Bender: During my years of experience in Catholic secondary education, both as a teacher and administrator, I cherish the many people who mentored me and those who have become lifelong friends. All have been a blessing.

Sister Genevieve Cassani

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in art, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1963

Master’s in art education, University of Illinois Champagne-Urbana, Champagne, Illinois, 1971

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Sacred Heart, Valley Park, 1963-66

Director of initial formation, School Sisters of Notre Dame former St. Louis Province, St. Louis, 1972-74

Spiritual and retreat director, former Center of Spiritual Development, School Sisters of Notre Dame former St. Louis Province, St. Louis, 1974-84

Director of mission effectiveness, School Sisters of Notre Dame former St. Louis Province, St. Louis, 1993-2007

Designer, Ministry of Art and Design, School Sisters of Notre Dame, St. Louis, 2009-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Academy of Notre Dame, Belleville, Illinois, 1966-72

About Sister Genevieve Cassani: I am grateful for the people God has sent into my life and the way they have shared their lives with me. Divine Grace has sustained me in living the mission of SSND.

Sister Ruth Chausse

Birthplace: Nokomis, Illinois

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in American studies, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in elementary education, University of Central Arkansas, Conway, Arkansas, 1972

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Our Lady Queen of Peace, House Springs, 1964-65

Teacher, St. Liborius, St. Louis, 1965-69

St. Francis Borgia, Washington, 1969-72

Administrator, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St. Louis, 1975-82

Administrator and teacher, St. Joseph, Farmington, 1982-87

Volunteer, Maria Center, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2012-13

Minister to the elderly, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet Ministries, St. Louis, 2012

Caregiver, Good Samaritan Senior Care, St. Louis, 2014-17

Volunteer, Theresa Center, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2017-19

Prayer and presence, Our Mother of Perpetual Help, St. Louis, Missouri, 2020-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Administrator and teacher, St. Joseph, East St. Louis, Illinois, 1972-75

Administrator, St. Peter, Belleville, Illinois, 1987-89

Teacher, St. James, Millstadt, Illinois, 1990-96

Administrator, St. Theresa of Avila, Salem, Illinois, 1996-2002

Administrator, St. Louis, Nokomis, Illinois, 2002-12

About Sister Ruth Chausse: I especially enjoyed ministering in my hometown of Nokomis. I felt so close to the people there. They were hugely supportive of my ministry as principal. We just had a wonderful connection. My years at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in St. Louis were also a great joy to me. Ministering with the faculty and staff, as well as with our families there, was very rewarding.

Sister Kathleen Donovan

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in art and English, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in elementary education, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1975

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Peter and Paul, St. Louis, 1964-67

Teacher, St. Joseph, Kimmswick, 1970-72

Teacher and coordinator of religious education, Our Lady of Perpetual Help/Holy Name-St. Peter Claver School, St. Louis, 1983-90

Teacher, St. Margaret of Scotland, St. Louis, 1996-2000

Teacher, St. Cecilia School, St. Louis, 2000-01

Teacher, St. Elizabeth of Hungary School, St. Louis, 2000-03

Teacher, St. George, St. Louis, 2001-03

Administrator and teacher, Cathedral Grade School, St. Louis, 2003-12

Teacher, Our Lady of Lourdes School, University City, 2012-18

Teacher, St. Joan of Arc, St. Louis, 2016-17

Music coordinator, St. Martin of Tours, St. Louis, 2017-22

Volunteer, greater St. Louis area, 2022-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Joseph, Cairo, Illinois, 1967-70

Administrator and teacher, St. Martin, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1972-78

Administrator, St. Francis Solanus, Quincy, Illinois, 1978-83

Administrator, St. Thomas, St. Thomas, Missouri, 1990-96

About Sister Kathleen Donovan: Hearing from students from over 54 years of teaching is most rewarding. Knowing what has impacted their lives and values means so much to me as a School Sister of Notre Dame. To teach is to touch a life forever. Students and parents touched mine.

Sister Gail Guelker

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in American studies, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in elementary education administration, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1974

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Charles Borromeo, St. Charles, 1964-70

Principal, St. Aloysius, Spanish Lake, 1970-76

Assistant program director, BREM Catholic Social Ministry, North St. Louis, 1982-85

Executive director, BREM Catholic Social Ministry, North St. Louis, 1985-91

Faith-based organizer, Churches United for Community Action, St. Louis, 1991-2000

Faith-based organizer, Metropolitan Congregations United for St. Louis, St. Louis, 2000-07

President, Notre Dame High School, St. Louis, 2008-15

Faith-based organizer, Metropolitan Congregations United, St. Charles, 2015-17

Mission advancement coordinator, Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, St. Louis, 2018-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Principal, St. Philip, East St. Louis, Illinois, 1976-82

About Sister Gail Guelker: I am so grateful for all the experiences in ministry I have been given through SSND. It has provided me the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people who have challenged and enriched my life in my work for social justice.

Sister Leonette Juengst

Birthplace: Ferguson

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in music theory, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in pastoral studies, Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, 1990

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Lucy, St. Louis, 1970-71

Teacher, St. Peter, St. Charles, 1971-72

Teacher, Duchesne High School, St. Charles, 1972-76

Teacher, Rosary High School, St. Louis, 1978-84

Parish pastoral associate, Queen of All Saints, St. Louis, 1992-2009

Retreat director, several locations in St. Louis, 2010-13

Outreach organizer, Metropolitan Churches United, St. Louis, 2010-13

Bereavement coordinator and chaplain, Alternative Hospice, Fenton, 2013-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Blessed Sacrament, Hannibal, Missouri, 1964-66

Teacher, St. Mary, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1966-70

Teacher, Helias High School, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1976-78

Director, Newman Center at Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1984-92

About Sister Leonette Juengst: What a blessing it has been to receive such a comprehensive education according to my gifts. Notre Dame has been my saving place in so many ways. I felt listened to and encouraged to live a life of prayer and viable ministry.

Sister Vincella Lake

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in history, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in history, Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1996

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Louis, 1965-72

Teacher, Our Lady of Sorrows, St. Louis, 1972-73

Teacher, Notre Dame High School, St. Louis, 1977

Teacher, St. Aloysius, St. Louis, 1977-78

Teacher, Rosati-Kain High School, St. Louis, 1998-2003

Teacher, De LaSalle Middle School, St. Louis, 2003-05

Childcare coordinator, Gateway Elementary School, St. Louis, 2006-08

Assistant coordinator, Intercommunity Housing, St. Louis, 2008-09

Advancement office staff member, Rosati-Kain High School, St. Louis, 2009-13

Volunteer, Rosati-Kain High School, St. Louis, 2013-present

Volunteer, Marian Middle School, St. Louis, 2013-present.

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Luke, Belleville, Illinois, 1964-65

Teacher, Notre Dame High School, Quincy, Illinois, 1973-76

Teacher, Bishop Conaty High School, Los Angeles, California, 1976-77

Teacher, Helias High School, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1978-82

Teacher, Verbum Dei High School, Los Angeles, California, 1982-89

Campus minister, Verbum Dei High School, Los Angeles, California, 1989-91

Director, Newman Center at Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1992-97

About Sister Vincella Lake: I appreciate everything SSND and the community have done for me. I love being a SSND. I have so enjoyed my years as a sister and my ministry in so many schools. I especially look back fondly on my ministry at Rosati-Kain High School these last few years. The faculty and the students were just wonderful.

Sister Janet Siebenman

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in English, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in Montessori education, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1976

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Bridget, Pacific, 1971-74

Teacher, Our Lady Queen of Peace, House Springs, 1979-80

Teacher, Our Lady of Sorrows, St. Louis, 1981-86

Teacher, Notre Dame Preschool, St. Louis, 1986-91

Teacher, St. Pius V School, St. Louis, 1994-2000

Post office director, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2009-20

Mail director and maker of sweet breads, candy, greeting cards and baby afghans, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2020-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Peter Grade School, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1964-65

Teacher, St. Joseph, Ridgway, Illinois, 1965-71

Teacher, St. Stephen, Caseyville, Illinois, 1974-79

Teacher, St. George, Linn, Missouri, 1980-81

Teacher, St. George, Hermann, Missouri, 1991-93

Teacher, Holy Rosary School, Fairmont City, Illinois, 2001-2009

About Sister Janet Siebenman: I remember so well how my sisters in community gave guidance and assistance to me as a new teacher. I will be forever grateful for the love and direction I was given then and even years later.

Sister Carolyn Sur

Birthplace: Effingham, Illinois

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in mathematics, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in mathematics, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1974

Doctorate in theology, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1992

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Rosary High School, St. Louis, 1964-66

Teacher, St. Francis de Sales High School, St. Louis, 1968-74

Teacher, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1984-91

Teacher, Washington University, St. Louis, 1984-91

Adjunct professor, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 2010-15

Campus minister, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 2011-12

Adjunct professor, Aquinas Institute, St. Louis, 2012-13

Spiritual director, Theresa Center, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2013-15

Researcher, writer and volunteer, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2016-21

Prayer and presence, The Sarah Community, Bridgeton, 2021-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher in Teutopolis, East St. Louis and Highland, Illinois; Fort Madison, Iowa

Teacher and researcher in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Shreveport, Louisiana

Campus minister and professor of theology in Indiana

About Sister Carolyn Sur: Sister Carolyn taught at Vincent Gray Alternative High School in East St. Louis, Illinois, a school for women missing high school education due to pregnancies and for troubled young men. Sister Carolyn served as the first female faculty member. She had the opportunity to give an academic paper at the University of Havana, Havana, Cuba, during the Fidel Castro period of communist influence, giving the Latina perspective on Roman Catholic theology and Church history. She later team-taught at Greco Institute of Theology, Shreveport, Louisiana, with a Greek Orthodox priest on the subject of the Western Schism that took place between the Eastern and Western Catholic Church in A.D. 1054. She taught “Women in the Bible” to male prisoners in Keithville, Louisiana. The men identified with Hagar when Sarah sent her nursemaid and child with few provisions. The men likewise had been left by their partners-in-crime in deals gone awry. The class listened to clarification on a different passage: “Wives be submissive to your husband.” Some were incarcerated for domestic violence and misinterpreted the passage to justify partner abuse. Shorter commitments included facilitating teens at Missouri School for the Blind in St. Louis to learn to square dance.

Sister Mary Carol Weber

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in mathematics, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in mathematics education, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, Edwardsville, Illinois, 1972

Master’s in religious studies, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1987

Doctorate in theology, Eden Theological Seminary, Webster Groves, 1995

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Rosary High School, St. Louis, 1970-78

Provincial councilor, former School Sisters of Notre Dame St. Louis province, St. Louis, 1983-85

Program director, Archdiocese of St. Louis, St. Louis, 1985-93

Inter-diocesan and ecumenical consultant for lay ministry, St. Louis, 1999-2018

Prayer, presence and volunteer service, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2019-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Notre Dame High School, Quincy, Illinois, 1964-70

Administrator, Notre Dame High School, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1978-83

Teacher, Brescia University, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1999-2000

Renewal program facilitator, St. John Vianney Center for Health, Downington, Pennsylvania, 2018-19

About Sister Mary Carol Weber: Gifted and grateful describe my SSND life. No matter the place or assignment, it was the inner beauty of God’s love in those served that was to be nurtured. What a great experience to be part of!

Sister Karl Mary Winkelmann

Birth name: Mary Ann Winkelmann

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1960

First profession: 1962

Final profession: 1967

Education: Bachelor’s in English, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1964

Master’s in secondary education administration, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, Edwardsville, Illinois, 1972

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Rosary High School, St. Louis, 1964-70

Administrator, Rosary High School, St. Louis, 1978-96, 2000-03

Associate superintendent, Catholic Education Office, St. Louis, 1996-2000

President, Trinity Catholic High School, St. Louis, 2003-18

Donor solicitation, St. Frances Cabrini Academy, St. Louis, 2019-21

Volunteer, St. Augustine Wellston Center, Wellston, 2021-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Administrator, Notre Dame High School, Quincy, Illinois, 1970-78

About Sister Karl Mary Winkelmann: My 60 years as a SSND can be summed up in one word and that is gratitude for all the people who have blessed my life and helped me to experience God’s presence on earth.

70th First Profession

Sister Sharon Rose Terbrock

Birth name: Alice Marie Terbrock

Birthplace: Overland

Entrance: 1950

First profession: 1952

Final profession: 1958

Education: Bachelor’s in history, Notre Dame College, St. Louis, 1960

Master’s in elementary education administration, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1969

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher and organist, St. Bernadette, St. Louis, 1952-55

Teacher and organist, St. Aloysius Gonzaga, St. Louis, 1959-60

Teacher, organist and administrator, Sacred Heart, Eureka, 1962-68

Teacher and organist, Our Lady of Lourdes, Washington, 1968-71

Administrator, Our Lady of Lourdes, Washington, 1971-75

Community service, Notre Dame Hall, St. Louis, 1984-85

Administrator and organist, St. Anthony, Sullivan, 1985-89

Assistant local leader, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 1996-98

Administrative assistant, St. Gabriel School, St. Louis, 1998-2000

Administrative assistant, Notre Dame Tutorial Center, St. Louis, 2000-09

Volunteer, St. Vincent DePaul Society Central Office, St. Louis, 2009-13

Volunteer, Criminal Justice Ministry Office, St. Louis, 2013-20

Prayer, presence and service, Sancta Maria in Ripa, St. Louis, 2018-22

Prayer and presence, The Sarah Community, Bridgeton, January, 2022-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher and organist, Immaculate Conception, Marrero, Louisiana, 1955-59

Teacher and organist, Holy Family, Freeburg, Missouri, 1960-62

Teacher, Santa Isabel, Los Angeles, California, 1975-76

Teacher, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Indio, California, 1976-79

Teacher and organist, Sacred Heart, DuQuoin, Illinois, 1979-84

Assistant superintendent of school, Diocese of Fresno, Fresno, California, 1989-96

About Sister Sharon Rose Terbrock: My most memorable experience was as a volunteer receptionist for Criminal Justice Ministry for seven years. Meeting our clients, persons recently released from prison, and hearing their stories touched me deeply. We all share the desire for dignity and acceptance.

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