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Recognition

Keys for Sister Georgette

On May 11, 2006, at the Sherbourne Health Centre, Sister Georgette Gregory received a commemorative key to the two new health buses that were donated by the Rotary Club of Toronto. Sr. Georgette, pictured above receiving the keys from Sylvia Milne, President of Rotary Club of Toronto, was honoured on behalf of all the volunteer nurses because she has volunteered on these buses since 1997 and at one time chaired the committee that facilitates community input for the buses.

Sister Margaret Myatt CSJ awarded Doctor of Sacred Letters

Sister Margaret Myatt, General Superior of the Sisters of St. Joseph, pictured at right, became a Doctor of Sacred Letters on Nov. 5, 2005 for her service and leadership in health care and for her leadership of her congregation. She received this honorary degree from the University of St. Michael’s College at the Convocation for the Faculty of Theology at St. Basil’s Church.

Sr. Margaret Myatt Inducted into the International Jesuit Honour Society

Sr. Margaret Myatt, General Superior of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto, is one of the four new honourary member inducted into the Regis College Chapter of Alpha Sigma Nu. To celebrate its 75 years, Regis College inducted these individuals into this International Jesuit Honour Society.

“Each honouree has played an integral role in our history,” said Father Joseph Schner, SJ, presider at the Mass and President and Rector of Regis College, in his homily prior to the induction ceremony on Oct. 26 at Regis' Elliott MacGuigan Hall.

Celebrating Sisters' Contributions in Saskatchewan

Communities all over Saskatchewan were calling people home to celebrate the province's centennial. The Association of the Sisters of Saskatchewan wasn't going to let the women religious be left out. So they set up a committee chaired by Sister Theresita Kambeitz OSU. This group organized a homecoming for Sisters who had ministered in Saskatchewan or were, at present still serving in the province. They invited Sisters to attend the "Shaping a Gentle Province" conference in Saskatoon from Sept. 9 - 10, 2005, at St. Patrick's parish hall.

Diploma in Ministry Open House

Shown here are participants at the Open House for the St. Francis Xavier University Ministry Programs held on May 14, 2005, at St. Joseph's Morrow Park. It was hosted by the Toronto students, alumni and their Local Advisor, Jacqueline de Verteuil csj. Information was shared on the various programs and courses offered for faith and ministry formation by distance education. Mary MacInnis, Coordinator of Ministry Programs, and Administrative Assistant, Cindy MacEachern took part, as did a panel of current students and graduates who shared their learning experiences.

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