Sister Ann Casper
Formerly Sister Kenneth Ann
Sister Ann, formerly Sister Kenneth Ann, is a native of Huntington, Indiana. Sister Ann recently retired as the executive director for Mission Advancement for the Sisters of Providence. Currently, she is the Congregation’s Community Cemetery Minister.
Sister Ann entered the Congregation on January 4, 1956. She professed final vows on August 15, 1963.
She graduated from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College with a bachelor’s degree in social studies. She also has a master’s degree in secondary education administration from Indiana State University and another master’s degree in pastoral theology from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.
Sister Ann has ministered in various scholastic and administrative positions in Indiana and North Carolina. She also was a member of the General Council, serving as General Secretary.
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- Journals and Letters week 40: All will be well
- Journals and Letters week 36: Advice to those in charge
- Jesus Christ is risen! Alleluia!
- Thank you for a joy-filled week
- Journals and Letters week 20: Drama with the bishop continues
Sister Ann is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- New Providence Associates share their journey – part 1
- Sister Ann Casper: holding nothing back in her service
- Sandwich and service are part of a larger mission
- My guide was ‘Divine Providence’
- Leadership transition in Mission Advancement
- Passing the baton
- A look at the life of Sister Mary Edwin Werner
- This is your life Sister Ann Casper
- School children’s cards, donation brighten sisters’ day
- A visit to the Woods
- Thirty Sisters of Providence celebrate Senior Jubilees
- Sisters share memories of the ‘Greatest Spectacle in Racing’
- Sister Ann Casper
- Personal stories from bell and chimes ringers
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