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Jubilarians | Ursuline Sisters of Mount St. Joseph, Kentucky (OSU)

50th Entered the novitiate

Sister Pam Mueller

Birthplace: Owensboro, Kentucky

Entrance: 1970

First profession: 1972

Final profession: 1977

Education: Bachelor’s degree, Brescia College, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1974

Master’s in speech-language pathology, University of Louisville, 1981

Master’s in deaf education, 1990, Western Maryland College

Service in the archdiocese: Director, Speech and Hearing Clinic, Saint Louis University, 1992-94

Director, Saint Louis University’s 1818 Advanced College Credit Program, 1994-2000

Service outside the archdiocese: Speech-language pathologist, Diocese of Owensboro (Kentucky), 1974-79

Assistant professor of speech pathology, Brescia College, 1981-92

Director, vocation ministry, Ursuline Sisters, 2000-06

Director, Women’s Discernment, Brescia University, 2004-07

Director, campus ministry, Brescia University, 2005-20

Councilor, Ursuline Leadership Council, 2016-20

Director, formation, Ursuline Sisters, 2016-20

Director, Mission Effectiveness, Ursuline Sisters, 2016-20

About Sister Pam Mueller: Her time spent ministering in St. Louis was some of her favorite. She lived with Ursuline Sisters of the Roman Union in St. Louis. When she returned to St. Louis for the Ursuline Convocation in 2019, she spoke fondly of how much St. Louis meant to her.


70th Entered the novitiate

Sister Marie Carol Cecil

Birth name: Margaret Louise Cecil

Birthplace: Howardstown, Kentucky

Entrance: 1950

First profession: 1952

Final profession: 1955

Education: Bachelor’s in elementary education, Brescia College, 1966

Master’s in elementary education, Western Kentucky University, 1973

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Angela Merici School, Florissant, 1980-84

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Paul School, Louisville, 1952-53

Teacher, St. Paul School, Princeton, Kentucky, 1953-55

Teacher, St. Mary School, Nebraska City, Nebraska, 1955-64

Teacher, St. Romuald School, Hardinsburg, Kentucky, 1964-70

Teacher, St. James School, Louisville, 1970-79

Teacher, Blessed Mother/St. Angela Merici School, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1984-97

About Sister Marie Carol Cecil: Sister Marie Carol was an AmeriCorps worker in Owensboro, Kentucky, 1997-2000 and provided clerical assistance and transportation at the Motherhouse in Maple Mount until 2016.


70th Entered the novitiate

Sister Marie Goretti Browning

Birth name: Mary Isabel Browning

Birthplace: Calvary, Kentucky

Entrance: 1950

First profession: 1952

Final profession: 1955

Education: Bachelor’s in elementary education, Brescia College, 1966

Master’s in psychology, Xavier University, 1970

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Seven Holy Founders School, Affton, 1959-64

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, St. Bartholomew School, Buechel, Kentucky, 1952-59

Principal, St. Leonard School, Louisville, 1964-68

Director of novices, Ursuline Sisters, 1970-80

Assistant superior, Ursuline Sisters, 1980-84

Parish coordinator, Immaculate Parish, Owensboro, Kentucky, 1985-88

Director, Mount St. Joseph Conference and Retreat Center, 1988-94

Pastoral associate, St. Thomas More Parish, Paducah, Kentucky, 1995-99

Pastoral associate, St. John the Baptist Parish, Fordsville, Kentucky, 1999-2000

Councilor and director of temporary professed, Ursuline Sisters, 2000-04

Director, faith formation, St. Mary Magdalene Parish, Sorgho, Kentucky, 2004-07

About Sister Marie Goretti Browning: Sister Marie Goretti has one of the most varied ministry careers for any Ursuline Sister, having served as teacher, principal, elected leadership, novice director, retreat center director and parish minister.

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