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Elizabeth Mary Strub, SHCJ and Elizabeth Fitzmaurice, SHCJ with Pope John Paul II
Elizabeth Mary Strub, SHCJ and Elizabeth Fitzmaurice, SHCJ with Pope John Paul II
1987(?)

Photo of Mother Agatha Deacy 01

Photo of Mother Agatha Deacy (1835-1904), one of the original six sisters to come to America


Photo of Mother Agatha Deacy 02
Photo of Mother Agatha Deacy (1835-1904), one of the original six sisters to come to America

Photo of Mother Lucy Ignatia Newsham 01

Photo of Mother Lucy Ignatia Newsham, one of the original six sisters to come to America


Photo of Mother Lucy Ignatia Newsham 02
Photo of Mother Lucy Ignatia Newsham, one of the original six sisters to come to America

Photo of Mother Mary Helen Green

Photo of Mother Mary Helen Green, Superior at Towanda, a member of the second party of sisters to come to America


Photo of Mother Mary Louise Ruthven

Photo of Mother Mary Louise Ruthven, a member of the second party of sisters to come to America


Photo of Mother Mary Urban with children from St. Leonard's 01
Photo of Mother Mary Urban with children from St. Leonard's at NBC studios in Philadelphia taken before her program, "Come, Little Children"
Sept. 8, 1957

Photo of Mother Mary Urban with children from St. Leonard's 02
Photo of Mother Mary Urban with children from St. Leonard's at NBC studios in Philadelphia taken before her program, "Come, Little Children"
Sept. 8, 1957

Photo of Mother Sebastian Keating

Photo of Mother Sebastian Keating, a member of the second party of sisters to come to America


Photo of Mother Walburga White

Photo of Mother Walburga White, Assistant Superior at Towanda, a member of the second party of sisters to come to America


Photo of Mother Xavier (Noble) 01
Photo of Mother Xavier (Noble), first superior in the USA. Also one of the first set of six sisters who came to America.

Photo of Mother Xavier (Noble) 02
Photo of Mother Xavier (Noble), first superior in the USA. Also one of the first set of six sisters who came to America.

Photo of Postulant Margaret Christan Weston

Photo of Postulant Margaret Christan Weston, a member of the second party to come to America; after a few months she decided not to enter the novitiate. She later married Dr. Henry Weston of Towanda and moved to Philadelphia.


Photo of Reverend Mother M. Walburga
Photo of Reverend Mother M. Walburga, Provincial Superior in USA.

Photo of Sister Antonia Gray

Photo of Sister Antonia Gray, a member of the second party of sisters to come to America; also sister to Sister Stanislaus Gray


Photo of Sister Mary Laurentia Dalton
Photo of Sister Mary Laurentia Dalton, SHCJ, first American sister to go to Nigeria (1930-1934); she was Superior General of the congregation from 1958-1970; The Dalton Center for Mission and Peace was named for her.

Photo of Sister Stanislaus Gray

Photo of Sister Stanislaus Gray, a member of the second party of sisters to come to America; also sister to Sister Antonia Gray


Photo of Sr. Joseph (Caroline) Thall

Photo of Sr. Joseph (Caroline) Thall, first American SHCJ, entered at Towanda in 1863


SHCJ Stories: Mother Mary Amadeus Atchison, SHCJ

Written by Elizabeth Mary Strub, SHCJ. #3 in Biographical Series, April 1999.

1999

SHCJ Stories: Mother Mary Joachim Forster, SHCJ

Biography written by Patricia Mallinson, SHCJ. #4 of the Biographical Series. Published in 2000.

2000

Sister Aloysia Walker, SHCJ

Sister Aloysia Walker, SHCJ. One of the first six sisters to come to America.


Sisters Helen McDonald, Geraldine MacCarthy, Marcia Sichol and Carol Ann Knight with Time Russert from "Meet the Press"
Sisters Helen McDonald, Geraldine MacCarthy, Marcia Sichol and Carol Ann Knight with Time Russert from "Meet the Press"

Sisters Rita, Ita, Finbar and Brendan in front of Mayfield Bldg at Rosemont College
Sisters Rita, Ita, Finbar and Brendan in front of Mayfield Bldg at Rosemont College.

Superior General with her Council
Superior General with her Council, 1970-1976; Standing: Sr. Marie Tierney, Sr. Mary Elizabeth Strub, Sr. Fidelis Braun; Seated: Sr. Ann Laing-Brooks, Sr. Margaret Jeanne Sinclair (Sup. Gen.).
1970-76

The University of Nigeria pays tribute to a pioneer missionary

University names new college of Home Econmics after Mother Mary Osmund, SHCJ.From Pylon, Vol. XXV No. 1, Spring 1963, page 27.

Spring 1963

To follow wherever he leads

Reflections of the first Nigerian girl to enter the society, Teresa Okure (Sr. Mary Teresita) on her first trip to Rome. From Pylon, Vol. XXVII No. 3, Winter 1965-66, pages 18-23.

Winter 1965-66


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