Memorials

February 3, 2018. Sister Gloria Garcia, CSJ

 

At the wake yesterday afternoon and again this morning we heard many wonderful stories of the ways that Gloria touched the lives of her family and friends, members of our congregation – especially those who lived with Gloria, and those More Info →


January 27, 2018. Sister Kathleen Marie Britt, CSJ

We celebrate the life of Kathleen Marie Britt, a Sister of St. Joseph for sixty-seven years. Born in Brooklyn to Margaret and Leo, Kathy waa one of six children. With a degree in Education from St. Francis College and a Masters in special More Info →


January 16, 2018. Sister Mary Ann Mattes, CSJ

Jesus told his disciples: “Have faith in God and have faith in me.” These words gave Sister Mary Ann Mattes, formerly known as Sister Mary Jeremy, a confidence that would permeate her entire life.  We celebrate her life as a Sister of St. Joseph More Info →


January 12, 2018. Sister Rita Josephine Lisanti, CSJ

Sister Rita Josephine ministered in Brentwood for all of her eighty five years as a Sister of St. Joseph. We all know and celebrate Rita’s long life of 103 years and are grateful that eighty-five of them were with our congregation.

Born to More Info →


January 3, 2018. Sister Eileen Elizabeth Barden, CSJ

 

In this season of the Epiphany, we gather to celebrate the life of Sister Eileen Elizabeth Barden, a Sister of St. Joseph for sixty one years.

Born to Elizabeth and John, Eileen grew up in Brooklyn with her three sisters. She More Info →


December 21, 2017. Sister Katherine Mary Hanrahan, CSJ

Good Morning All.

I am extremely appreciative of all of those who are able to be with us this morning to honor the life of Sister Katherine Hanrahan. I am equally appreciative of those who have called to tell me they are sending their More Info →


December 1, 2017. Sister Florence Theresa Dippold, CSJ

Sister Florence Therese Dippold lived her life as a Sister of St. Joseph for 68 years with dedication and compassion. Born to George and Florence in Valley Stream, Florence attended The Mary Louis Academy and upon graduation entered the More Info →


November 16, 2017. Sister Margaret Mary McMahon, CSJ

We are her to celebrate the life of Sister Margaret Mary McMahon, a Sister of St. Joseph for 76 years. Margaret was born in Brooklyn to her loving parents, Michael and Mary. Their strong Irish heritage nurtured a deep faith in the family of More Info →


October 28, 2017. Sister Mary Edward McGuiness, CSJ

The following eukogy dor Sister Esward was composed by her good friend  Sister Muriel Keegan.

 

Sister Mary Edward McGuiness

 

Sister Mary Edward McGuiness, CSJ died on October 28, 2017 in the 84th year of her religious More Info →


September 5, 2017. Sister Eleanor Ann Novak, CSJ

I am with you on the journey, words we sing so often but not necessarily see the power and influence of God’s companionship on our life’s journey. Today we celebrate Eleanor Ann Novak, a Sister of St. Joseph for sixty years in this her Jubilee More Info →


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