Thursday, October 19, 2017
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A Sister of St. Joseph of Toronto.

Sister Anne Lemire

... a kaleidoscope of daily miracles.
A backward glance over 60 grace-filled, wonder-full years of my life as a Sister of St. Joseph shows me a kaleidoscope of daily miracles. What stands out and is forever treasured is the faces of the people who have enriched my life.

Sister Marcella Iredale

I have been privileged to touch the lives of others... 
My ministry has been primarily in Health Care Administration at St. Joseph's General Hospital, Comox, B.C. and in Toronto at Providence Villa, Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, as Executive Director and as Vice President at St. Joseph's Health Centre. I remember my 10 years in Comox fondly. You have to live in a rural area to appreciate the interdependence of people.

Sister Marguerite Walters

... the Lord will put me where He wants me.
Sister Marguerite Walters was born and grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She was taught by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary in both elementary and secondary school.

Sister Irene Butler

... it was just wonderful to be part of the lives of so many people... 
Newfoundland was not even part of Canada when I entered the novitiate of the Sisters of St. Joseph as a landed immigrant.

Sister Enid Selke

How fortunate to be able to once again do what I love to do — to teach!
I always wanted to be a teacher (so I could use a red pencil)! I attended St. Joseph's College School and then, on September 7th, 1941, I entered the convent. 


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