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Women’s History Month: Mother Theodore and Vincennes

Mother Theodore Guerin and her sister-companions stayed with the Sisters of Charity while in Vincennes, Ind. She writes about Vincennes:

“At Vincennes, especially, one might think she was in Noah’s ark. The confused noise is deafening. The two pianos that the Sisters [of Charity] have for twelve pupils, and which are going from the beginning of the day to tend, add to the confusion. … Well, such is the village of Vincennes.”

To learn more about Saint Mother Theodore Guerin, click here.

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Connie McCammon

Connie McCammon worked in the communications office for the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods.

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