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Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Education at St. Michael's

Sr. St. John O'Malley CSJ with students in 1925

Women were first admitted to St. Michael's College in 1911 - 12, a century ago. By the 15th anniversary of their arrival, as Laura Sabia pointed out in her talk to a gathering of SMC alumnae for a Whitsuntide Conference (a series of early 60s conferences meant to balance the longstanding Michaelmas Conference for male-alumni), women students registered in the Faculty of Arts and Science through St. Michael's College already outnumbered the men. That ratio has continued to the present time. But co-education did not come easily to St. Michael's.

Springs of Hope - Fall Newsletter 2012

The latest issue of Springs of Hope, the Fontbonne Ministries newsletter, is available. Topics in this issue include:

  • Supporting the Sisters in their Ministries
  • Walking With the Sisters
  • A Chance to Touch Someone's Life
  • Cooking and Companionship
  • A Bit of Everything
  • Tending the Community Garden
  • Self Discovery in Pottery
  • Achievements in Gardening and Pottery
  • Appreciating Donors and the Wonder of Women
 

Sr. Georgette Tells the Story of the Mobile Dental Clinic's History

Sr. Georgette Gregory speaks.

"The Mobile Dental Clinic is a 40-foot customized coach that is fully accessible and is equipped with two dental stations, a sterilization centre and a reception area. The clinic is staffed by a dentist, registered dental hygienist and a certified dental assistant. The bus will travel throughout Toronto visiting neighbourhoods and community agencies Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Oshawa school celebrates 50 years of Catholic education

Sister Conrad Lauber, Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic Secondary School's second pr

Generations of students and teachers gathered recently to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic High School in Oshawa.

Paul Dwyer Celebrates Anniversary by Honoring the Sisters

Sisters view one of the displays at Paul Dwyer High School.
On Sept. 8, 2012, a bright Sunday afternoon, at 2 pm, Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic High School in Oshawa kicked off its 50th Anniversary Celebrations with a Mass and Reception to honour the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto. Fifteen Sisters served as administrators and teachers at the school during the period of 1965 to 1991.
 
Sr. Anne Schenck remembered how the Sisters of St.
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