Sister Mary Joseph’s Nodule – Recently an article was published, “Sister Mary Joseph nodule and the mystery behind its nomenclature in Clinical Anatomy,” through Wiley Online Library, copyright by the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. The author, Siva Subramaniam, M.B.B.S., interviewed various persons at Mayo Clinic and also Sister Marisa McDonald in our Archives office. She was listed in the acknowledgements. Although online access to view the article is not available without a subscription, Sister Marisa has a copy in the Archives, should you wish to read it.
Sister Joan Brown was interviewed by Global Sisters Report for the December 28, 2021 issue. Click on the headline or the link below to view this article: Q & A with Sr. Joan Brown, on the complexities of the shift to sustainability | Global Sisters Report – https://www.globalsistersreport.org/news/qas/news/q-sr-joan-browncomplexities-shift-sustainability
Sister Judi Angst was featured in the “Cotter Profile” section of the December 16th online newsletter to Alumni and Friends of Cotter Schools in Winona, Minnesota: Sr. Judi Angst ’61 – “After graduating from Cotter, Judi joined the Sisters of St. Francis in Rochester that fall. According to the Franciscan’s site, “Sister Judi received a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and a Master of Arts in Religious Education from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, as well as a Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University of Chicago, Illinois. She primarily served in pastoral ministry in the Dioceses of Winona and New Ulm, Minnesota, as well as in Tucson, Arizona and Sioux City, Iowa. During those years, she also directed choirs and served on local and diocesan boards. She served the Congregation as Vocation Minister and most recently, as support staff for the office of Franciscan Life in Mission, while also serving as the administrator for the Human Trafficking Awareness Educators’ Group.”