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A Newsletter for the Friends of the Sisters of Mercy Vol. 14 No. 2, Fall 2020 Sister Makes House Calls During the Pandemic Despite the coronavirus, family medicine physician Sister Karen Scheer, RSM, continues to visit her patients in their homes. She ministers with Holy Redeemer HouseCalls, a physician practice in Philadelphia affiliated with a Catholic healthcare provider. The practice offers ongoing medical care to patients of all ages who can’t get to the doctor’s office because of their advanced age, disability or socio-economic situation. Sister Karen accompanies patients from ages 32 to 104 with devastating illnesses such as multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, and cancer, as well as those who live with advanced dementia or are on hospice. She dons her protective gear and, in the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy during the 1918 flu pandemic, she brings Mercy, compassion and medical care to vulnerable patients, many who are isolated and fearful. “God’s grace and my solidarity with all healthcare workers, especially those in hospitals, give me the inspiration and the courage not to be paralyzed by fear,” says Sister Karen. “My patients are the face of God and Mercy to me. Here are some of the most isolated and vulnerable people in the Philadelphia area and they are worried about me getting sick from Covid-19. Sister Karen Scheer, RSM, a family physician, dons protective equipment to make house calls in Philadelphia. “During this time of pandemic, I have experienced Mercy in a deeper way. Our God who is Mercy is so present in so many people—my colleagues and fellow healthcare employees, the patients, families of Continued on page 2

A Message From Sister Patricia Vetrano Dear Friend, From the beginning I, like many of you, understood the seriousness of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but never did I think it would bring so many restrictions and last so long. With our world “on pause,” we were asked to separate ourselves from family, friends, and our work; difficult as this has proven to be, we know it is the best way to protect ourselves and others and slow Sister Makes House Calls. Continued from front page patients. I am overwhelmed with gratitude and have experienced such courage and tenderness from many sides. It has inspired me to continue to do my work,” says Sister Karen. “I am honored and humbled to stand on the shoulders of all the Sisters of Mercy who have blazed this path ahead of me,” says Sister Karen. “I trust in the words of our founder Catherine McAuley, ‘We have one solid comfort amidst this little tripping about, our hearts can always be in the same place, centered in God, for whom alone we go forward or stay back.’” the spread of the virus. But isolation is not in the make-up of the Sisters of Mercy. Throughout our history, we have responded, through prayer and service, to the needs of those suffering due to pandemics. In response to today’s health crisis and to provide help to those most affected, while also adhering to the prevention guidelines, we invited our sisters to reach out to someone they might know, who, as a direct result of the virus, needed immediate financial assistance. Through small grants, we offered our sisters the opportunity to provide monetary help to someone struggling to buy food or pay rent or utility bills. Our sisters responded in true Mercy spirit, with over 275 sisters requesting funds for people in need, both locally and internationally. In this issue of Mercy Mosaic, we share a small sample of the ways in which sisters, in the name of Mercy, provided help to someone in serious need. Each issue of Mercy Mosaic gives us the opportunity to express our profound gratitude to you, our faithful friend and supporter. Today more than ever, as the coronavirus is affecting all our lives, we thank you for your generosity, your prayers, and your loyalty to our works of Mercy. May God bless you and your loved ones, and may you feel God’s presence in your life each day. Mercy Claim it sprinkle and disperse and shower it proclaim it Precious dear legacy For the women For the children For. All. Of. Those. Families. For each of us. God’s dream for the world. Citizens of the world All reveled in the precious moment of Being noticed Some kind of relief / hope We are not homeless We are not alone We are part of God’s dream for the world In Mercy, – Sister Anne Connolly, RSM Sister Patricia Vetrano, RSM Leader Sisters of Mercy, Mid-Atlantic 2

School Principal Provides Food to People in Need Witnessing the line of people stretching down the street with empty bags waiting to collect food for their families at St. Joseph Social Service Center in Elizabeth, New Jersey, during the pandemic, Sister Percylee Hart, RSM, was moved to action. During the pandemic, Sister Percylee Hart, RSM, encouraged her school community to raise money for a local social service agency which feeds local people in need. As principal of Union Catholic Regional High School in Scotch Plains, New Jersey, for the past 30 years, she rarely provided direct service to the poor, though her school community often partnered with the St. Joseph Social Service to serve the poor and homeless of the city of Elizabeth, many of whom are women and children. Neighbors rejoice at getting food to feed their families. She challenged her faculty and staff to raise money to help these struggling neighbors. The school community raised over 2,000 so the staff at St. Joseph’s could stock their food pantry and feed hungry families. “Our bags of food were immediately and gratefully whisked out of our hands to be rationed and handed to the people waiting,” says Sister Percylee. “Feeding the hungry and serving the poor was an especially fulfilling experience for me,” says Sister Percylee. “The ‘Parable of the Talent,’ Matthew 25:14-30, crossed my mind, since we were able to use our Godgiven gifts in the service to others.” People in need wait in line in Elizabeth, New Jersey, for food to feed their families. 3

We Remember. Sister Mary Mercedes Somma, RSM A social worker at heart, Sister Mercedes cared for the children at St. Mary’s Home in Syosset, New York, and Angel Guardian and the Convent of Mercy in Brooklyn for 25 years. She placed many children for adoption, including internationally. After completing post-graduate study in gerentology, she ministered for 25 years with Catholic Charities at “Who hath God wanteth nothing.” the Bishop Boardman Apartments in Brooklyn, subsidized independent living for low-income seniors and mobility-impaired adults. March 25, 1927 – March 20, 2020 First Profession: March 14, 1953 Sister Mary Martha Harcar, RSM One of 12 children, Sister Martha met the Sisters of Mercy while attending Cathedral High School in Trenton, New Jersey, and entered after her high school graduation. An elementary school teacher for 52 years, she taught at Our Lady Star of the Sea in Atlantic City for 12 years and other parish schools in “Thy Will Be Done.” the Metuchen, Trenton, and Camden dioceses. In 1993, Sister Martha transferred to St. Paul’s in Princeton, New Jersey, to minister as a parish visitor for over 20 years. August 15, 1922 – March 20, 2020 First Profession: July 28, 1943 Sister Dorothy B. Flynn, RSM 4 Sister Patricia Deckert, RSM As an elementary school teacher, Sister Patricia (Pat) taught in the Trenton, Metuchen and Camden dioceses in New Jersey, serving eight years at Cathedral School in Trenton, and seven years at St. James School in Red Bank. Attending nursing school at the age of 50, Sister Pat first ministered at McAuley Hall Health Care Center in Watchung, then Riverview Hospital in Red Bank, “Ad Jesum Per before becoming the school nurse Marium.” at St. Mary’s Academy in Lakewood. She later served as director of nursing at Cliffside Healthcare Center in Cliffwood. January 9, 1933 – April 6, 2020 First Profession: March 9, 1954 Sister Margaret Russell, RSM Sister Margaret (Peggy) taught in the dioceses of Trenton and Metuchen, New Jersey, and later served as the principal of St. Charles Borromeo in Cinnaminson for 17 years. She served as communications director for the Sisters of Mercy in New Jersey before becoming principal at St. Francis Cabrini School in Piscataway for eight years and then at St. Mary School in South Amboy for three “To Jesus, years. Sister Peggy was honored Through Mary.” several times by the dioceses of Trenton and Metuchen for Excellence in Education. In 2001, she turned her ministry to pastoral service. September 12, 1939 – April 10, 2020 First Profession: August 17, 1960 An educator for 24 years, Sister Dorothy began her teaching ministry at St. Joseph School in Keyport, New Jersey, and then taught at parish schools in Burlington and Collingswood, followed by 13 years at Holy Spirit High School, first in Atlantic City, then in Absecon. She also ministered as the director of research and development for the congregation and later served as “Ecce Ancilla regional director of Families for Domini.” Prayer in Albany, New York, at the Newark, New Jersey, Archdiocesan office for leadership development, and as a staff member of the National RENEW office in Plainfield, New Jersey. A school teacher for 18 years, Sister Laboure ministered in the Brooklyn and Rockville Centre dioceses in New York. For three years, she served as the director of postulants at Our Lady of Mercy Novitiate in Syosset. At Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset, Sister Laboure ministered as a librarian for 13 years and then as “Thy will be done.” development director for three years. She later served as pastoral assistant at Holy Name Parish in Woodbury. Sister Laboure was gentle and loving, and shared her gift of quiet calm with all. November 14, 1923 – April 5, 2020 First Profession: May 15, 1949 April 2, 1929 – April 10, 2020 First Profession: September 5, 1949 Sister Mary Laboure Partridge, RSM

Sister Edwina Rudolph, RSM Sister Edwina taught for 24 years in the Metuchen, Trenton and Camden dioceses, including eight years at St. Mary’s High School in Perth Amboy, where she was an alumna. She served for three years in the Trenton Diocesan Office as the Community Emergency Response Team program coordinator. At Georgian Court University in Lakewood, Sister Edwina ministered as the dean of student “God Alone Suffices.” services for 25 years and as the assistant in the university’s office of planning and mission for 13 years. Sister Edwina was gifted with a playful spirit. May 5, 1932 – April 13, 2020 First Profession: August 1, 1952 Sister Dolores Targiano, RSM A native of the Bronx, Sister Dolores entered the Sisters of Mercy in Tarrytown, New York. An educator for over 45 years, she taught in elementary and secondary schools in the Archdiocese of New York. For 18 years, she ministered at St. Catharine Academy and for seven years at St. Barnabas High School, both in the Bronx. A creative teacher, Sister Dolores was loved by her students, “Love Demands but many of whom called her Sister Dee. Love Alone.” Sister Dolores was a gifted storyteller with a keen memory for details, and in her later years, pursued stories about her beloved Italian-American family and heritage. August 9, 1941 – April 12, 2020 First Profession: August 16, 1962 Sister Mary Bonaventure Mackey, RSM Sister Ruth Borgersen, RSM A teacher for over 35 years, Sister Ruth taught elementary school at Holy Rosary and St. Therese of Lisieux parishes in Brooklyn and St. Gerard Majella parish in Queens, New York. At the high school level, she taught history at Catherine McAuley High School in Brooklyn, Holy Trinity in Hicksville, and Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset. Sister Ruth also served as an ecclesiastical notary at “Where charity and the Marriage Tribunal for the Diocese love are, God is of Rockville Centre, New York, for 25 there.” years. She was an avid reader and loved sharing stories of her family and growing up in her beloved Brooklyn. She was loyal to the Brooklyn Dodgers even after they moved west. March 27, 1933 – April 23, 2020 First Profession: September 5, 1953 Sister Kathleen Mary Hennessy, RSM A teacher in the Diocese of Brooklyn in New York for 16 years, Sister Kathleen also served as principal at Our Lady of Mercy School in Hicksville. For seven years, she ministered in various capacities at Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset—as a history teacher, receptionist, attendance officer and dean of students. As an incorporation “In omnibus minister, she ministered for gratias agite.” seven years on the Tri-State new membership team. Proud of her Irish heritage, she enjoyed many visits to Ireland, its culture, and humor. December 18, 1934 – May 2, 2020 First Profession: September 5, 1955 Sister Marie Bissonnette, RSM Initially, Sister Bonaventure (known to family and friends as Bess), ministered as a teacher and in child care in the Brooklyn and Rockville Centre dioceses. She helped start a religious education program in Hicksville, New York, which began in a barn, moved to a basement, and eventually became part of the newly built school. Her service in the “Above all things country of Panama was her greatest have charity.” joy, where she worked with women in the impoverished interior of Panama known for its high incidence of alcohol and drug addiction, helping to deepen their faith and enhance their economic development. Sister Marie initially ministered as an elementary school teacher at St. Pauls in Worcester, Massachusetts. She then taught special education students at Mercy Centre in Worcester, then at Nazareth Home for Boys in Leicester. Both places were equipped with woodworking shops, so Sister Marie decided to hone her skill in woodworking, much to the “Your Love Alone.” delight of the boys in both facilities. For 30 years, Sister Marie worked with people living with HIV/AIDS as a counselor and then as a program director. September 26, 1923 – April 15, 2020 First Profession: September 2, 1943 May 12, 1934 – May 2, 2020 First Profession: July 1, 1955 5

We Remember. (continued) Sister Ellen Guerin, RSM Sister Anne M. O’Brien, RSM Sister Ellen taught middle and high school in the Worcester Diocese in Massachusetts for ten years and in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, California, for seven years. After receiving master’s degrees in spirituality, chemistry and biology, she served in higher education in the library at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester and as campus minister at Anna Maria College in Paxton. A “God alone!” theology professor for 14 years at Assumption University in Worcester, she eventually became their dean of studies. A missionary at heart, Sister Ellen also served in formation in Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore. During Sister Anne’s years in ministry, she taught in St. Brigid School, St. Gregory School, St. Patrick, Kent Avenue, and Sacred Heart School, all in Brooklyn, New York. At the high school level, she taught at Mater Christi DHS in Astoria, and, for more than 30 years, at St. Francis Preparatory School in Flushing. She was well loved and respected as an English teacher par “All for the honor excellence by thousands of students, and glory of God.” many of whom kept in contact with her. Sister Anne was prayerful and generous, and will be remembered for her listening ear and words of advice. May 26, 1934 – June 23, 2020 First Profession: July 1, 1955 June 23, 1937 – August 12, 2020 First Profession: March 15, 1958 Sister Marion Lenihan, RSM A teacher for 13 years in the Brooklyn and Rockville Centre dioceses, Sister Marion also ministered as a principal, supervisor of schools and in religious education. After ten years in sister formation as mistress of postulants, she returned to education. Her desire to serve continued in retirement as she volunteered at Brookhaven Hospital, Mercy Center in the Bronx, and at “Above all things St. Joseph the Worker in Patchogue, have charity.” where she ministered for eight years as the director of religious education. July 16, 1924 – June 25, 2020 First Profession: September 5, 1944 Sister Kathleen Ann Quinn, RSM Sister Kathleen served in St. Mary’s Home in Syosset, New York, and Mercy Home for Children in Brooklyn. As an educator, she taught at Holy Rosary School and was one of the founding members of the Dwayne Brathwaite School, both in Brooklyn. In 1993, Sister Kathleen became part of the Sisters of Mercy leadership “Give me only your team in the Brooklyn region as the love and your grace.” ministry and justice coordinator, a post she held until 2001. For the next ten years, she was director of the Dorothy Bennett Mercy Center, serving the needs of the immigrant community. February 14, 1930 – July 18, 2020 First Profession: March 24, 1954 6 Sister Marie James McCallen, RSM Sister Marie James was from Watertown, New York. As a nurse, she ministered in Mercy hospitals in Watertown, Port Jervis, and Tupper Lake, all located in Upstate New York. Later she moved downstate to Yonkers, New York, and served the Community as director of health services. Sister Marie James was known for her generosity and her “Love.” sense of humor, and she always took pleasure in a good, long conversation. She had great devotion to Mary, the Mother of God. May 14, 1937 – August 15, 2020 First Profession: August 16, 1958

Sisters of Mercy Legacy Society Members David Aldrich Edna Andreassi Donna Jean Bodnar Rev. A. Robert Cairone Justyna Steuer Carlson Rita J. Carney Mary A. Carre (dec.) Janet M. Christenson Barbara Conlin Evelyn Moore Conway Jerome Conway (dec.) James J. Cronin Harold F. D’Alessio Jacqueline Ann D’Alessio Rev. Msgr. John K. Dermond Helen Bevacqua Fetter Ronald Fetter (dec.) Virginia Fraleigh (dec.) Joan R. Gadek (dec.) Ann Gangemi (dec.) William A. Geis (dec.) Barbara L. Godbold Mary Anne Hale (dec.) S. Diane Hathaway Scott H. Herman Martin Hiza (dec.) Catherine V. Horan (dec.) Michael A. Joseph Patricia C. Kall Annamary Kavanaugh (dec.) James A. Kelley Judith Kelley Carole Jean Kiachif Maryann J. Knock Camilla R. Lauricella Florence LeClair Mary M. Lind (dec.) Richard J. Lind Robert H. Mace, Jr. Gertrude T. Mahon (dec.) Theresa Taynor Major (dec.) Thomas R. Major (dec.) Patricia McBride (dec.) Joan McEntee James A. McGirr Ruth McMullin Tom McMullin Marie Milton Thomas Milton Florence J. Mochen (dec.) George J. Mochen (dec.) Alice G. Morrison (dec.) Claire T. Mullen (dec.) Madeline Murphy Betty Nigro Orr (dec.) Clare E. O’Such Ruth E. Payer Rita Pouria Helen M. Pitonyak (dec.) Chandler Ralph Janis M. Runkle Arthur P. Ryan Mary L. Ryan Mary Anne SaksonMcGann (dec.) Janet Scala Robert A. Scala Anne Schuessler Joseph Schuessler Virginia M. Sloyan (dec.) William Suchan (dec.) Eleanor E. Tyler Paul A. Urbani (dec.) Virginia H. Verwaal Rev. Michael S. Vona Margaret Warren (dec.) Doris Weber Arthur White Mary White Four members choose to remain anonymous. Donors With grateful hearts we acknowledge our friends and benefactors, listed below and those who wish to remain anonymous, for gifts generously given January 1, 2020, through June 30, 2020. CIRCLE OF MERCY DONORS Gifts 5,000 and above James T. Dolan, Jr. Family Trust Ms. Kathleen M. Jarvis Estate of Grace Gallimore Leonida Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Thall Ms. Gail E. Triggs FRIEND OF MERCY DONORS Mrs. Jacqueline M. Abbotts Mr. Jeffry Ackerman and Ms. Andrea Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Adams Mrs. Patricia Adler Ms. Teresa Agar Sr. Mary Seton Agovino, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Victor F. Albanese Ms. Nancy E. Alberici Mr. Warren E. Albright Estate of Sr. Aldina Alinovi, RSM Mrs. Mary A. Alling Dr. Caroline Amazon Ms. Norah K. Amschler Ancient Order of Hibernians Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Anderson Mr. Ben Andreach Ms. Pat Anton Mr. Edward Antonio Mrs. Paula Antonio Ms. Irene Arcas Mr. Clarence Arnold Ms. Emily G. Arsenault Ms. Teresa F. Athas Mr. Vincent J. Aveni, Jr. Ms. Mary C. Baird Mrs. Robin Bardauskis Mr. and Mrs. Conrad A. Barile Mrs. Frances Conover Barker Mrs. Jamie Barkmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Dan Barnes Mrs. Eleanor M. Barnes Ms. Marilyn Barone Ms. Jean Marie Barrett Ms. Mary E. Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Basile Ms. Denise Batistoni Mr. James F. Baumann Ms. Gerda C. Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Behme, Jr. Ms. Emily T. Dibala and Mr. Andrew T. Bell Mr. and Mrs. James K. Bell Ms. Mary Linda Bellis Mrs. Dolores Bendorf Ms. Patricia K. Beneshan Mr. and Mrs. Brad Bennett Mr. Michael J. Benson Mr. John W. Berkenkopf Mrs. Carol A. Berry Mrs. Helen C. Beukers Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Bilsky Mr. William K. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Bissonnette, Jr. Mrs. Patricia Bixel Ms. Pauline E. Blake Mrs. Mary C. Bliss Mr. and Mrs. C. Bernard Blum Mr. Gerard Bobal Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bobal Ms. Clare Bojus Mrs. Mary K. Bolton Ms. Marie Bonhomme Mrs. Marian Bopp Mr. and Mrs. Zoltan Borbely Mr. Anthony J. Bordinko Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bothe Ms. Grace Boucher 7

Mrs. Mary Ann Boylan Miss Mary Ellen C. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Boyle Sr. Mary Nadine Boyle, RSM Mrs. Bonnie Brady Ms. Virginia Brady Ms. Anita Brann Ms. Susan E. Braun Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Brennan Jr. Mr. Thomas Brennan Rev. Msgr. William Brennan Ms. Marie M. Brett Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brogan, Jr. Ms. Margaret A. Brophy Mrs. Anita P. Brown Mr. Ed Brown Mr. & Mrs. Hugh V. Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Brown Mr. James A. Brown Mrs. Judith K. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Neil F. Brown Mr. and Mrs. William J. Brugnoli Ms. Maureen Brush Ms. Joan Bryan Mrs. Margery O’Leary Budniak Mrs. Patricia Ann Burke Sr. Joann Burzichelli, RSM Ms. Mary Buschman Ms. Mary E. Cahill Ms. Patricia Cajigas Mr. and Mrs. Donald Caldera Mr. William Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Campbell Mrs. Shirley A. CampbellSkonieczny Mrs. Joan Cappello Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Caputo Ms. Mary Ann CareyHoefenkrieg Mrs. Justyna M. Carlson Dr. Rita J. Carney 8 Mrs. Candida Carrasquillo Ms. Ann Cartagine Mr. and Mrs. James A. Carton Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Carton Mr. James F. Cartwright Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Casey Mr. William J. Casler Catholic Daughters of the Americas-Court MaterCreatoris 1808 Estate of Raymond J. Cetkowski Ms. Nancy C. Charpek Mr. and Mrs. William F. Cheeseman Ms. Mary C. Chinery Ms. Lorraine Ciani Ms. Lynn C. Cincotta Mrs. JoAnn Cinque Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Cipriano Ms. Christine Clare Sr. Mary Cleary, RSM Ms. Christine S. Clementi Ms. Lois A. Clifford Anne and Thomas Cody, Sr. Mr. James P. Collins Michael A. and Alexandra Baker Colucci Mrs. Dorothy J. Coluccio Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conaghan Ms. Diane Condon Mrs. Carol Confusione Mrs. Barbara Conlin Mrs. Catherine P. Connelly Mrs. Marianne Connolly Mr. John F. Connors Ms. Patricia Conran Mr. Samuel V. Convery, Jr. Mrs. Annette Conway Ms. Mary Dianna Corbett Mrs. Maureen Corbett Mr. and Mrs. John P. Costello Ms. Mary Ellen Costello Rev. George R. Cowan Mr. and Mrs. John J. Coyne Mrs. Jean E. Crone Ms. Laura Crowell Mrs. Patricia A. Crowley Ms. Eileen M. Crummy Mrs. Mary Cullen Miss Mary Cummins Ms. Ermelinda Cuono Diane Lynch Curley and Susan E. Waters Ms. Judith Curtin Ms. Patricia M. Cusick Mr. and Mrs. Robert D’Aleo Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. D’Alessio Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. D’Amore Ms. Gloria G. D’Andrea Mr. and Mrs. John P. Daniels Mr. Paul Dastis Mr. Edward R. Davis Ms. Maryanne Davis Mr. Arthur B. deGrandpre Mrs. Virginia C. DeMillio Mr. John F. Dempsey Sr. Margaret Dempsey, RSM Ms. Lucille Di Ruocco Ms. Joan T. Dias Ms. Donna DiGravio Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Diner Ms. Ann Marie Dolphin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Donahue Mr. and Mrs. John P. Donlin Mrs. Elizabeth B. Donnelly Ms. Maryann Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Donohoe, Jr. Mr. Barry M. Donohue Ms. Mary Ann Doorly Ms. Margaret Doran Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Dority Sr. Mary Dowden, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Dowell Mr. Thomas A. Downes, Jr. Mr. Thomas E. Downs IV Mr. and Mrs. James F. Doyle Mrs. Teresa A. Drew Ms. Nancy P. Dubrovsky Mrs. Margaret M. Dunleavy Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dunne Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Durante Mrs. Mary Lou Eichman Sr. Charlotte Emmons, RSM Ms. Marie English Mr. and Mrs. John Entwistle Ms. Mary R. Enyart Miss Helen M. Esposito Sr. Linda D. Esposito, RSM Mrs. Mary Estelle Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eusini Mr. and Mrs. Michael William Evans Sr. Barbara Faber, RSM Sr. Mary Beth Faber, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fallon Mr. and Mrs. James P. Fallon Ms. Sheila Fant Sr. Ellen Farrell, RSM Ms. Maureen Farrell Mr. James J. Faulk Ms. Veronica FellerathLowell Mr. Martin J. Finn Ms. Barbara L. Fischer Ms. Patricia Fisher Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fisher Ms. Ellen Fishman Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Fitch Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fitzgerald Ms. Sarah Flood Mrs. Mary B. Flynn Maguire Ms. Jacqueline Ford Mrs. June A. Ford Mrs. Nancy G. Forsyth Rev. Robert J. Fritz Sr. Joan Fry, RSM Mr. John L. Fucci, Sr. Ms. Isabel Gachko Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaglioti Ms. Clare Galicia Ms. Mary E. Gallagher Mr. Robert M. Gallo Ms. Marietta Gamba Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Gamba Mrs. Helen Gambogi

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Gangemi Mr. Roman W. Gerke Mr. & Mrs Francis Gianni Ms. Patricia A. Gibbons Mr. Joseph C. Gidaro Ms. JoAnn S. Glah Mr. Stephen Glavey Ms. Susan P. Goerke Ms. Silvia Gonzalez Ms. Catherine W. Goodwin Ms. Janet Goodwin Ms. Joan Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Green Ms. Susan P. Gregg Ms. Veronica M. Gregg Sr. Maureen Gregory, RSM Mrs. Kathryn GrowMcCormick Mr. Les F. Guthrie Mrs. Amy Habib Ms. Annette Hall Ms. Carol A. Hammond Ms. June Hands Ms. Janet R. Haney Mrs. June Hankel Mrs. Beatrice Harrigan Capt. and Mrs. William G. Harrison Jr. Sr. Mary Therese Harvey, RSM Mrs. Barbara Harvey Mrs. Carolyn M. Hawkes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Haythorn Mrs. Marie C. Heaney Mr. Kenneth Heavey Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heller Sr. Christine Hennessy, RSM Mrs. Kathleen Forde Henshaw Ms. Christine Hetzler Ms. Kathleen Hoag Mrs. Joan Hoeflich Ms. Patricia S. Hoey Ms. Susan Hoffman Ms. Elizabeth A. Holland Mrs. Patricia Hollywood Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Holzmann Mr. and Mrs. Frank Honore Mr. Bob Horecky Mrs. Kathleen M. Howe Mr. James J. Hughes Mrs. Mary B. Hunt Mr. John F. Hutchinson Mrs. Barbara A. Hyneman Mr. Shin Inouye Mrs. Maryanne Ioli Mrs. Joan R. Irish Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Iseicz Mrs. Carol A. Iuzzolino Mr. and Mrs. John T. Jacoby Sr. Mary Helene Jakubowski, RSM Mr. Mathew Janik Mrs. Eleanor F. Janson Mr. George Janson ‘Sr. Anna Jarkowsky, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jarosch Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Javorski Ms. Mary Carroll Johansen Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Johnson Rev. Donald Johnston Ms. Marjorie G. Jones Ms. Mary Jane Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Neil Judge Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Junikka Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Kaczorek Mrs. Dorothy A. Kays Rev. Edward J. Kealey The Honorable and Mrs. John F. Keenan Mr. Charles J. Kelly Dennis and Theresa Daiuto Kelly Dr. and Mrs. Gerard R. Kelly Sr. Theresa Margaret Kelly, RSM Mr. Michael B. Kennedy Sr. Patricia Kenny, RSM Mr. Gary G. Kilb Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Killmurray Mr. Edward J. King Mr. and Mrs. William M. King, III Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Kloss Mrs. Dorothy J. Knapka Mrs. Patricia J. Kohl Mr. and Mrs. William J. Korman, Sr. Ms. Elizabeth Kosztyu Mr. Thomas P. Krehnbrink Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kriskowski Ms. Judith Kyle Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Kyler Ms. Mary L. Labuski Ms. Margaret LaCerra Ms. Claire Laikowski Ms. Yurllen LanderosVallejos Mrs. John P. Lane Ms. Susan Lapczynski Ms. Pauline Lashomb Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lasiewski Ms. Camilla R. Lauricella Sr. Eileen L. Lawlor, RSM Mr. Russell Lawyer Sr. Dorothy Lazarick, RSM Mrs. Hrysoula Lazaropoulos Dr. Carolyn F. Leary Ms. Florence LeClair Ms. Joan M. Lee Mrs. Lorraine Lee Ed & Margaret Lempka Mr. John M. Leonard Ms. Deborah Leone Mrs. Patricia Leposa Roseanne and James Lewis Mrs. Mary M. Lewis Mrs. Mary Ellen Littmann David Livingston Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lohrey Mr. and Mrs. John Long Ms. Mary B. Loughlin Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lovecchio Sr. Anne Lynch, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Lynch Dr. Kathleen Lynch Col.(Ret.) William J. Lynch, Jr. Mr. Kevin J. Lyons Ms. Angela M. Magee Sr. Rosemary Maguire, RSM Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mahon Thomas and Theresa Major Estate Trust Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Malague Mrs. Maria M. Malinski Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Malone Mr. William J. Maloney, Jr. Ms. Ann O. Manning Mrs. Teresa A. Manning Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Manuele Ms. Bridget B. Manzi Ms. Dolly Marconi Ms. Robin Marinaro Mr. and Mrs. Enzo Marinelli Ms. Joanne Marion Mr. Fredrick W. Marks III Dr. Carolyn A. Martin Mr. Eric S. Massimei Mr. Howard Mattson Mr. Thomas Mauriello Lucille E. Mayton and Duayne Whitehurst Mr. John C. Mc Nerney Mr. and Mrs. John McAdam Ms. Ethel J. McBride Mr. Stephen A. McBride Ms. Patricia A. McCarthy Sr. Joan McCarthy, RSM Mr. and Mrs. James P. McCracken Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. McDonald Ms. Elizabeth McEntee Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McEntee Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McEvoy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. McFadden Ms. Julia A. McGlinn Mrs. Alice P. McGovern Ms. Rosemarie C. McGrath Sr. Teresa A. McGreevy, RSM Mrs. Donna McGrory Sr. Mary C. McGrory, RSM Mrs. Marliss McGuiness Sr. Rita McGurk, RSM Mrs. Patricia M. McHugh Ms. Margaret Joan McKee Fr. Thomas F. McKenna, CM 9

Mr. and Mrs. William J. McKinney Mrs. Jeanne McLaughlin Ms. Mary M. McNulty Ms. Teresa A. McQuade Ms. Uta J. McQuade Ms. Joanne Melton Mr. Edward R. Mennona Mr. John Mercier Mr. and Mrs. John Merritt Mrs. June L. Michener Mrs. Yeon Hee Min Mr. and Mrs. William Minihan Mr. and Mrs. Victor Miozzi Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Monahan Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mong Mr. and Mrs. Wayne R. Monsees Ms. Leslie R. Montagnino Mrs. Albertina Moore Ms. Sharon J. Morano Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Morgan Sr. Maureen Morgan, RSM Sr. Ruthe Morgan, RSM Sr. Mary Amadeo Morganti, RSM Mr. and Mrs. Donal N. Morrissey Mrs. Catherine Moukios Mr. Karl A. Mount Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mulholland Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mullany Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murno Ms. Anne Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John D. Murphy, Sr. Ms. Ellen R. Murray Ms. Mary T. Murray Ms. Gretz Muscat Ms. Jennifer P. Musillo Rev. Brother Joseph P. Mussa, OSF Mrs. Jeanne M. Naccari Ms. Nada Nagle 10 Mr. and Mrs. George F. Nagy Ms. Phyllis A. Nappi Ms. Michel

Sister Patricia Deckert, RSM. As an elementary school teacher, Sister Patricia (Pat) taught in the Trenton, Metuchen and Camden dioceses in New Jersey, serving eight years at Cathedral School in Trenton, and seven years at St. James School in Red Bank. Attending nursing school at the age of 50, Sister Pat first ministered at McAuley Hall

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Aug 24, 2018 · State House 38 Brian McGee state House 40 Pamela Jean Howard State House 41 Emily Anne Marcum State House 43 Carin Mayo State House 45 Jenn Gray state House 46 Felicia Stewart State House 4 7 1Jim Toomey State House 48 IAlli Summerford State House 51 Veronica R. Johnson State House 52 John W. Rogers, Jr. State House 53 Anthony Daniels

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Fall, 2012 Cover Sister Monica Therese Sicilia, I.H.M. IHM Best Practices Sister Margaret Rose Adams, I.H.M For Teachers: Sister Adrienne Saybolt, I.H.M. “Helping K-2 Students Struggling with Reading and Writing” Prime Times Sister Rita James Murphy, I.H.M. Good Writer

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