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Sisters of Charity in Tasmania

1 Sr Josephine Cannell 2 Sr Anne Turner 3 Sr Jean Montgomery 4 Sr Margaret Guy 5 Sr Deirdre Hickey 6 Sr Genny Walsh 7 Sr Judith Christy 8 Sr Helga Neidhart 9 Sr Virginia Wilkinson 10 Sr Regina Millard 11 Sr Margaret Valentine 12 Sr Anne Mayberry

 

    

    

    

    

 

The Footsteps to Freedom sculptures, Hobart, October 2017

1 Sr Clare with the sculptor Rowan Gillsepie and Toby. 2 The Sisters with Toby. The official party, including the Governor Tasmania, the President of Ireland, and the Sisters of Charity Congregational Leader, Sr Clare Nolan.  4 The organising committee for the Hobart weekend: Sr Anne Turner, Sr Helga Neidhart, and Councillor Sr Cate O’Brien. 5 Sr Clare greets  Michael Higgins, the Irish president.  6 Sculptures. 7 Sr Clare and Rowan Gillsepie. 8 Sculptures at night 9 When Clare met Toby

    

    

    

 

Marking 170 years of the Sisters of Charity in Tasmania

1 The original Sisters in Van Diemen’s Land 2 Sr Cate O’Brien lights the candle for the Liturgy on the dock 3 Sr Clare Nolan at the Liturgy 4 Sr Angela Burke and Sr Jennifer Fahey 5 and 6 The Liturgy at Cornelian Bay

      

    

 

 

The 60th anniversary of St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Brisbane, September 2017

On 8 September, Sisters, staff and friends of St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Brisbane came together for a Eucharistic celebration of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Hospital, originally Mount Olivet Hospice.

The main celebrant was Monsignor Peter Meneely VG and the concelebrant was the hospital chaplain, Fr James O’Donoghue. The liturgy and booklets were prepared by the Mission Executive, Michael Hart, and the altar decorated by Jeannie Johnston.

Picture 1: Blessing of Plaques prayer booklet cover Picture 2: James O’Donoghue blessing the Plaque of Sr Nola Riley on Floor 3 Picture 3: Sr Jeannie Johnston sharing some of the story of Mary Bedford’s generosity in donating the land Pciture 4: The prayer booklet

    

The Jubilees in August. 2017

Five Sisters of Charity celebrated their Jubilees in August: Sr Regina Millard, 50 years; Sr Liz Costigan, 60 years, and Srs Helen Malone, Eileen Thynne, and Marguerite Moloney, 70 years.  With Sr Clare Nolan, the Congregational Leader in images 1 and 3, and with Sr Clare, Sisters, and family in shot 2.

    

A special event in the lives of Our Lady’s Nurses of the Poor  and the Sisters of Charity of Australia – July 1, 2017

Pictures 1) the Chapel of Our Lady’s Nurses of the Poor at Coogee; 2) Sr Margaret Mary Birgan oln, Sydney’s Bishop Anthony Randazzo, and Sr Clare Nolan rsc; 3) Srs Clare and Margaret Mary 4) Sr Marias Casey rsj, President of the Australia and New Zealand Canon Law Society, and Sisters of Charity Vicar Sr Margaret Beirne rsc; 5) Sr Clare, Sr Margaret Mary and Bp Randazzo sign the agreement; 6) Sr Margaret Mary presents Sr Clare with a beautiful bouquet; 7) the crests of the two congregations; 8) two canon lawyers – Sr Maria Casey rsj and Sr Patricia Scully rsc; afternoon tea with Our Lady’s Nurses of the Poor

            

Leaving Clifton Hill – April  2017

In the Footsteps of the Pioneer Sisters in Tasmania – March 2017

The annual pilgrimage in March to Hobart to walk in the footsteps of the first Sisters on the island began with a visit to the docks (1), and then moved on the next morning to the Cascades Female Factory (3) where Sr Margaret Clarke and former Hobart Archbishop Adrian Doyle unveiled a plaque; the pilgrim group (4) and (5); and a visit to the Carnelian Bay Cemetery (6) where the pioneering Sisters are interred.

              

Happy Birthday Sister Lorna rsc – March 2017

Happy Birthday Sister Dorothy rsc – Feb 2017

Happy 99th Birthday Sister Josephine rsc – Feb 2017

Sisters invited to Catholic Ladies College Melbourne – Feb 2017

Rosebank College @ 150, unveils statue of Mother Scholastica Gibbons rsc – Feb 10, 2017

Congratulations, Sisters Jacinta rsc, Marie rsc, and Moira rsc, 60 years professed – Jan 2017

Oak Jubilee, 80 years professed. Congratulations, Sr Josephine rsc – Jan 2017

Golden Jubilee of Sr Margaret rsc and Sister Clare rsc – January 2017

THE WISDOM OF MARY AIKENHEAD
When we have so much to praise the Lord for, we must not complain.
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True affection is to rejoice in the happiness of our dear ones. Never allow a sentiment of resentment to enter into our hearts.
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Pray, reflect and consult – and may the divine spirit direct all to God’s greater glory.
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May our dear Lord Jesus fill your hearts with His own love. Amen!
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We must have patience with others as He has patience with us.
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Under every difficulty try to pray fervently.
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We have much to thank Him for, even for those little drawbacks on our comforts and conveniences.
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Do pray that justice may be accomplished in peace and that truth may prevail.
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Go on now as steadily as you can, relying on the Divine assistance and fear not.
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What we do ought to be done well.

The Sisters of Charity acknowledge the First Peoples and traditional custodians of this land where we live. We respect, value and honour their history, culture and spirituality. We are committed to standing in solidarity and to actively working for justice, peace and harmony in this land.

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