Standing (left to right): Sisters Margarida Da Silva (25), Rea McDonnell* (50), Aloysius Norman* (50), Mary Jeanne Davidson (50), Katharine Reiter (70), Barbara Frank (50), Katherine Maureen Kinnally* (50), Rosemary Dilli* (60), Virginia Muller* (50), Corinne Alice Gmuer* (60), Betty Lackenbauer (60), Julice Bots* (60), Rita White (70), Martin de Porres Kimpel (60), Miriam Bruder (50), Kathleen Boland * (50). Sitting (left to right): Christina Murphy * (50), Ann Moles* (60), Armella Specht (75), Constantia George (70), Helen Schneider (70), Florence Stroeder (70), Gemma Belanger (70), Joseph Marie Gartner (60).

School Sisters of Notre Dame celebrate Jubilees

  • August 11, 2011

On July 30, 2011, fourteen Sisters from the Canadian Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame celebrated their jubilee anniversaries of religious profession at the Motherhouse in Waterdown, Ontario.

In addition, ten Sisters from the Atlantic-Midwest Province joined them for the festivities. The Atlantic-Midwest province is located in the United States.

Shown in the photograph below are 14 Sisters of the Canadian Province of the School Sisters of Notre Dame celebrated their Jubilees on July 30, 2011.

With them are ten sisters from the Atlantic-Midwest Province (indicated by the asterisk) who also celebrated their Jubilees this year.

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