Sister Dolores Frances Crepeau, CSJ

We are here to celebrate the life, and the entrance into eternal life, of our beloved sister, Sister Dolores Crepeau. I met Dolores at Saint Brendan’s HS. She was in…

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Sister Doris Marie Batt, CSJ

  We come together in gratitude and praise for the meaningful faith-filled life of Sister Doris Marie Batt, formerly Sister Stephen Marita, a Sister of St. Joseph for 74 wonderful…

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Sister Thomas Edna Stack. CSJ

 We celebrate the faithful and beautiful life of Sister Thomas Edna Stack a Sister of St. Joseph for 72 fruitful years.  Thomas was 97 years young. A special heartfelt welcome…

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Sister Teresa Agnes Rorke, CSJ

Sister Teresa Agnes Rorke, CSJ, the former Sister St. Thomas, died on October 14, 2023 in the 76th year of her religious life. We come together to celebrate and to…

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Sister Patricia Maria Carroll, CSJ

Sister Patricia Maria Carroll, CSJ, the former Sister Maureen Joseph, died on October 15, 2023 in the 72nd year of her religious life. We come together today to celebrate and…

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Sister Virginia Elizabeth Down, CSJ

Sister Tesa referred to the fact that Ginny and I became friends during our time as Regionals.  Ginny and I had just talked about that over these past few weeks. …

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Sister Lucille Ann L’Episcopo, CSJ

Sister Lucille Ann L’Episcopo, CSJ, the former Sister Luciana, died on October 9, 2023 in the 73rd year of her religious life. Good morning to each of you here in…

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Sister Teresa Ryan, CSJ

Teresa Ryan, later known as Sister Teresa, was the firstborn of Irish immigrants in Brooklyn. She grew up hearing the stories of her parents lives, families, and friends in Ireland. Everyone was…

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Sister Mary Elizabeth Kelly, CSJ

Sister Elizabeth was born in 1934 to her loving parents Elizabeth Reidy, a native of County Cork, Ireland, and Patrick Kelly, a native of County Mayo. Along with her beloved…

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Sister Yolanda Kinsella, CSJ

Yolanda was baptized Anne and was the daughter of Christopher and Mary, Irish immigrants, who called St. Teresa of avila parish in Brooklyn their home. After graduating from the Juniorate,…

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