Homily - Celebration of Renewal of Spirit – Mount Saint Vincent Wellesley By Mary Ann Connolly, SC Good morning! It [...]
Upon her Profession as a Sister of Charity she was assigned to Saint Joseph’s Parish in Needham, MA. After 5 years in Needham, she was reassigned to St. Peter’s in Lowell, MA where she spent 8 years. For the next 39 years she taught at Lawrence Catholic Academy (formerly St. Patrick Grammar School).
Sister Ann graduated with both her Certified Nursing Assistant and her Certified Practical Nursing from the Halifax Infirmary. She began her nursing ministry in Halifax at Mother Berchman’s Residence and the Halifax Infirmary. She continued her nursing ministry in Quebec and New York. In 1981 she was transferred to Halifax Province and resumed nursing at Mother Berchman’s Infirmary. After retiring from Nursing, Sister Ann studied Pastoral Care in Ottawa and carried out her new ministry in Halifax at St. Vincent Guest House, Parkstone Enhance Care, the Sisters of Charity Motherhouse and Caritas Residence.
Sister Pat Tobin, Sister of Charity, while born in Dorchester, MA spent all of her ministry years as a Sister of Charity in the New York area.
A Sister of Charity for 61 years who was missioned in Woodside, Brooklyn and Fresh Meadows, NY. Locally in Lynn and Mount Saint Vincent, Wellesley.
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A Sister of Charity for 68 years who was missioned in St. Sebastian, Woodside, NY; Our Lady of the Cenacle, Richmond Hill, NY; Our Lady Help of Christians, Brooklyn, NY. and locally, St. Paul Convent, Wellesley; St. Margaret, Dorchester; Marillac Residence and Elizabeth Seton Residence, Wellesley.