Sister Ann Sullivan
Formerly Sister John Margaret
Sister Ann, formerly Sister John Margaret, entered the Congregation on August 30, 1967. Currently, she ministers in prayer at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods. Prior to that, she ministered as a counselor and consultant, in addition to ministering as a Retreat and Workshop facilitator.
Sister Ann has primarily ministered in education but she also directed a mental health center.
She has a doctorate of ministry in pastoral counseling and teaches gerontology, theology and psychology.
Sister Ann taught at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and was also the first director of White Violet Center for Eco-Justice.
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- August 30, 2020: Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
- August 23, 2020: Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time
- August 16, 2020: Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
- August 9, 2020: Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
- August 2, 2020: Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sister Ann is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- Newsnotes from the Sisters of Providence fall 2021
- Get to know Providence Associate Candace Minster
- From farming to teaching to counseling to care of Earth: Sister Ann Sullivan’s story
- WVC welcomes four new arrivals!
- Memories of Providence Brittany (RIP)
- I’ll meet you in the field: the spirituality of coming together
- Quotations from reflections given at General Chapter 2016
- Mercy to Earth
- Eleven Sisters of Providence celebrate Jubilees
- Sister Ann Sullivan
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