Sisters Kerry Rowland and Martha Loo
Associates gather in Long Island, NY as COVID-19 restrictions ease
Book review "My Grandmother's Hands"
All those hungry, thirsty, wounded, bare, lonely, imprisoned hands ... the hands of God that reached out, touched and held my hands on one simple summer afternoon.
The newly purchased building, sometimes called the “Baby Home,” was dedicated to caring for pregnant patients and newborns.
Sister began her ministry, teaching elementary school and music in New York then returned to teach in Halifax and Shad Bay. Sister Helen used her business training in the Financial and Secretarial offices at the Halifax Infirmary, Mount Saint Vincent DePaul Centre and Pax Provincial House.
"It is heart-breaking to listen to the news. We wish to honour the 215 children who were found buried on the grounds of the Kamloops [...]
She was a well loved teacher who taught school for 41 years in Nova Scotia, Alberta, Labrador and New York. For fifteen of her years in Education she served as Principal in Herring Cove and then in Enfield. Sister Mary was highly respected by her students and their families for her compassionate dedication to learning and her commitment to ensure that every student received the education and personalized support they required to succeed.
This month's theme encourages us to take a deeper look at our Chapter Statement and who inspires us.