Sister Ann Sullivan
Formerly Sister John Margaret
Sister Ann, formerly Sister John Margaret, entered the Congregation on August 30, 1967. Currently, she is in between ministries. 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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