Sister Maureen Fallon
Sister Maureen grew up in a Catholic family in Chicago where the Sisters of Providence educated her for 16 years.
She said she first considered becoming a woman religious in elementary school.
During her years in college, she revisited the idea when Sister Margaret Sullivan, her physics teacher, declared that she would eventually be a sister.
In 1977, Sister Maureen entered the Congregation.
Currently, she ministers as the director of Providence Food Pantry. Prior to that, she served as the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction at Bishop McNamara Catholic School in Kankakee, Illinois.
Sister Maureen is featured in the following content on the Sisters of Providence website:
- Sisters continue care for neighbors in need
- Sister Maureen Fallon: supported by the Ministry Fund
- Sisters reflect on coming home to the Woods
- Sister Maureen Fallon
Click images to view larger.
Donate in her honor
Has this sister made a difference in your life? Help continue the mission.
Get in touch
Use our form to reconnect with or reach out to a current Sister of Providence.