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What joy for us when,
after having lived well here upon earth,
we shall all meet again in that beautiful heaven!
Let us try hard and pray for une onother
so that glorious goal for which we were created. (Mother Frances Schervier)

kerr mRita Kathleen Kerr was born in Orange, NJ, the daughter of Margaret (Hartnett) and James Kerr. She and her two brothers and one sister grew up in a deeply religious household. Her father, a Presbyterian later converted to Catholicism.

cronin mRuth Z. Cronin, 93, died at Jewish Hospital on Sunday, September 15, 2013. She was born July 15, 1920, beloved daughter of the late Alphonse and Amelia (Sohm) Zumwalde. Ruth had 6 children, 18 grandchildren and 26 great...

arlene mSister Arlene McGowan was anxious to return home after a nine-day stay in Mercy Mount Airy Hospital in Cincinnati following back surgery to relieve the pressure on nerves that were causing excruciating pain. Her recovery from surgery...

altMary Peniston began working as a Security Guard at Providence Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio at its opening in 1971. Mary never married and cared for her mother until she died. She grieved the loss of her mother deeply.

loretta mSister Loretta Mick, 83, died peacefully on March 20, 2013, in the newly opened Magnificat Unit at St. Clare Convent, Cincinnati, Ohio and in the loving presence of the Sisters living at the Convent. She served faithfully in the ministry...

sr-mast m Elizabeth Carline was born on July 20, 1922 to Clara Talken and August Mast.Times were difficult as these proud parents of eight provided for their children during the Great Depression.They were active members...

altTori was born October 17, 1956 in Medina, Ohio, the daughter of Robert D. and Shirlea (Hudson) Moore. Later she lived in Dayton, Ohio, where she became a dedicated nurse at St. Elizabeth Medical Center. A request came...

altWhen Anna asked to enter the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor, she was nineteen years of age. After the formation years, she took vows with the name of Sr. Consolata and made First Profession on January 5, 1960, making...

altHe was a man of super energy! This was reflected in his first Covenant as being involved in his parish as a Eucharistic Minister, lector, para-liturgical member, and member of the Grieving Committee. He was known as a son...

altIn his covenant, Nino expressed the desire to “. . . live our charism fully and forever, offering and praying for all the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor, new vocations and for the poor.” Antonino (Nino) Cama was an Associate since 1994.