Sister Carolyn Glynn
Formerly Sister John Michael
Sister Carolyn, formerly Sister John Michael, is a native of Malden, Mass. Currently, she ministers as a driver at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods.
Sister Carolyn entered the Congregation on July 22, 1953. She professed final vows on Jan. 23, 1961.
She graduated from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. Sister Carolyn also has a master’s degree in education from DePaul University and a doctor of ministry degree from the Graduate Theological Foundation in Mishawaka, Ind.
Sister Carolyn has ministered in Illinois, Indiana, California, Massachusetts and Florida.
Sister Carolyn Glynn (formerly Sister John Michael)
Chicago: Teacher, St. Mel (1956-58)
Indianapolis: Teacher, St. Anthony (1958-61)
Alhambra, Calif.: Teacher, St. Therese (1961-64)
Chelsea, Mass.: Teacher, CCD Coordinator, St. Rose (1964-68)
Stoneham, Mass.: Teacher, St. Patrick (1968-69)
Chicago: Teacher, Religious Education Coordinator, St. Genevieve (1969-71)
Evanston, Ill.: Non-Graded Primary/Individual Guided Education Program, St. Athanasius (1971-74)
Chicago: Teacher, St. Gregory (1974-77)
Pacifica, Calif.: Teacher, Good Shepherd (1977-78)
Riverside, Ill.: Director of Religious Education, St. Mary Parish (1980-87)
Chicago: Consultant for Religious Education and Spirituality (1987-92)
Bradenton, Fla.: Director of Religious Education (1992-99)
Bradenton, Fla.: Literacy Instructor, Project Light of Manatee, Inc. (2000-01)
Bradenton, Fla.: Instructor, Providencia Academica deIngles, Campo Verde (2001-05)
Bradenton, Fla.: Immigration Instructor, Catholic Charities (2005-11)
Bradenton, Fla.: Citizenship Instructor for Catholic Charities (2011-2016)
Bradenton, Fla.: Volunteer, Feeding Empty Little Tummies (2016-present)
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