Sister Margaret Beaudette, S.C., (Sister Marie Gerard), a member of the Sisters of Charity of New York for 69 years, died March 12 at Mount St. Vincent Convent. She was 89.
Sister Mary Theresa Fowler, S.C., (Sister Mary Charles), died Feb. 20, at Schervier Nursing Care Center, Riverdale. She was 85 years old.
Sister Bernadette Marie Del Frate, S.C., (Sister Maureen Joseph) died Feb. 18 at Schervier Nursing Care Center, Riverdale. She was 85.
Religious sisters and brothers marking significant anniversaries in religious life were honored at a Jubilee Mass by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio at the Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston, May 22.
Sister Rose Maureen Dormer, S.C., (Margaret), a member of the Sisters of Charity of New York for 71 years, died May 10 at Kittay House, the Bronx. She was 91.
The seven original religious communities that served the people of Brooklyn and Queens were honored at a Mass of thanksgiving in Downtown Brooklyn.
Sister Patrick Regina Sullivan, S.C., 90, a native of Manhattan, died April 24 at St. Barnabas Hospital, Bronx. Born as Catherine, she attended Sacred Heart School in the Bronx and Cathedral H.S., Manhattan, before entering the Sisters of Charity of New York in 1942. She received a bachelor’s degree in history from the College of […]
Sister Mary Ellis (Sister Aloysia Maria), S.C., 96, who entered the Sisters of Charity of New York in 1937, died March 26 at St. Patrick’s Home, the Bronx. Her first assignment and her only one in the Brooklyn Diocese was when she taught at St. Charles Borromeo School, Brooklyn Heights, 1939-44. In addition to teaching […]
Sister Carol Ann Swan, S.C., 79, a Sister of Charity, Halifax, Nova Scotia, for 58 years, died Dec. 12 at Mount St. Vincent, Wellsley Hills, Mass. Formerly known as Sister William Margaret, she spent 35 years of her religious life ministering in the Brooklyn and Rockville Centre dioceses. She taught fifth and sixth grades at […]
Twenty-six Sisters of Charity of New York will soon move into assisted living facilities at Jewish Home Lifecare in the Bronx after a multi-year study conducted by the religious congregation found it was “no longer feasible to continue doing our retirement ministry on our own.”