“I sleep, but my heart watches…” If a sister’s obituary only has service information, the complete obituary will be posted as soon as it is available.
“She spent her life using words to give testimony to this word whom she recognized and loved as life and light for all,” said Sister Dawn Tomaszewki in her commentary on the life of Sister Cordelia Ann Moran, who died Feb. 13, 2014. Continue reading
“It’s as if this was always where she was meant to be; this place and these people were the love of her life. Her personality melded with their culture—their music and their spirituality became her own.” Sister Mary Margaret Quinn spent 36 years serving the African-American community at Holy Angels Church in Indianapolis. She died Nov. 29, 2013. She was 78 years old and a Sister of Providence for 60 years. Continue reading
“I’ve heard these words used over and over to describe Sister Bernice: wise, centered, interested in everyone and accepting of everyone, perceptive – sometimes too perceptive, challenging when needed yet always affirming,” said Sister Denise Wilkinson of Sister Bernice Kuper who died Nov. 26, 2013. Sister Bernice was 91 years old and had been a Sister of Providence for 73 years. Continue reading
Some words that describe Sister Eleanor Pierce are: prayerful, loyal, fun-loving, excellent teacher and administrator, a good friend and generous. She was always ready to listen and then hold what was said in confidence.Sister Eleanor Pierce died November 23, 2013. She was 90 years old and had been a Sister of Providence for 71 years. Continue reading
When I asked her “What has been one of the best things about being a Sister of Providence?” Sister Eymard replied, “Being so close to God all these years.” Sister Mary Eymard Campeggio died Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013. She was 101 years old and had lived 82 years as a Sister of Providence. Continue reading