From Global Sisters Report – Nov. 5, 2019: As fewer sisters serve in health care, ensuring their charisms will endure by Dan Stockman – The Sisters of St. Francis of Rochester, Minnesota, haven’t run St. Marys Hospital, which they founded in 1889, for nearly six years, but they say the Franciscan charism at its heart is still going strong. Sisters Mary Eliot Crowley and Tierney Trueman are quoted in this excellent article:
At the Tampa Bay Latin Film Festival in Florida, Cojourner Ana Maria Vasquez was awarded the Festival’s first Lifetime Achievement Award in Social Justice!
The Choral Arts Ensemble concerts held October 26-27 in honor of the Sisters of Saint Francis was a success! Here is an op-ed article in the Rochester Post Bulletin about this event:
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300 Years of Sister History (in 5 minutes) | Beyond the Habit – The link below is a video segment narrated by the late Cokie Roberts outlining the history of Catholic Sisters in the United States, which was produced by America Magazine. (Mother Alfred Moes is mentioned around the 2:08 mark!)