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Saint of the day 10th April

St. Magdalen of Canossa

Lived: (1774-1835) | Feast Day: Sunday, April 10, 2016

Wealth and privilege did nothing to prevent today’s saint from following her calling to serve Christ in the poor. 273 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

On top of the hill..

In Dorchester was St. Margaret’s Hospital and St. Mary’s Home. It was where my mother worked with mothers and babies from when she was a graduate nurse in 1955 to her retirement in 1996. 162 more words

Noteable

New Faculty Spotlight: Meet Sister Meg

Sister Meg Kymes, D.C., is a face familiar to many who’ve been a part of our MSS community. In May 2012, she was missioned here by Daughters of Charity, and since then, she has earned her certification in Elementary Education from Notre Dame of Maryland. 97 more words

Academics

RESIDENTS OF THIS LANDMARK STREET SAY ITS WELFARE OUTWEIGHS THREE NUNS' REQUEST FOR ZONING CHANGE - LESS DESIRABLE GROUPS COULD FOLLOW, THEY FEAR; LAWYERS DEBATE OPTIONS - 16 Apr 2000

When Jennifer Gerstner was a girl of 10 or so, she would take the sidewalk less traveled, through Flora Place, on her way to St. Margaret of Scotland School on Castleman Avenue two streets over. 1,169 more words

2000s

CITY PANEL REJECTS PLAN TO LET SIX NUNS LIVE IN HOUSE - 6 Apr 2000 P-D

A city panel Wednesday night rejected a plan that would allow six Catholic nuns to live in a house near Tower Grove Park.

The Planning and Urban Design Commission voted not to accept the proposal after opposition by Zoning Administrator John Koch and some city planners. 252 more words

2000s

OFFICIAL OPPOSES PLAN FOR NUNS TO LIVE IN HOME - HE SAYS CITY WOULD BE OPEN TO "QUESTIONABLE GROUPS" - 4 Apr 2000 P-D

The city’s zoning administrator is opposing a plan that would allow six Catholic nuns to live in a house north of Tower Grove Park.

The Daughters of Charity of St. 470 more words

2000s

Battlefield Angels: The Daughters of Charity in Missouri During the Civil War

No one would look at a Daughter of Charity and see the steel in their personalities that gave them the ability to venture where women rarely went in the 1860’s. 973 more words