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Recognition

NPH says goodbye to a good friend: Sister Lorraine Malo

At this moment in which today vanishes forever close my eyes and I will meet again your wonders as you light up my night with a new brightness.
 
May the darkness which wraps me round, soothe my feeble faith, and be balm for my heart and soul carrying me to the new dawn... if there is another dawn for me.
 
And when, finally, there be for me no other earthly day, bless me with Your love, and Your peace.

Jubilarians 2013: Looking Back Over 50 Years

Sister Pat Boucher
As I celebrate 50 years as a Sister of St. Joseph, I have so much for which I am grateful. I think of special moments on retreats when I was touched with a deep knowledge of God’s presence living with me and speaking to me through the gifts of nature and of people sustaining me and giving me energy for our mission of nurturing community wherever we are.

Oshawa’s Paul Dwyer High School Makes the Sisters’ Day

On May 10, 2013, the 50th anniversary celebrations of Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic High School came to an end with the blessing of a tribute garden; a Mass for students, staff, and guests, including the school’s founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph, in the cafetorium; a reception in the library and a dinner at the Oshawa Golf Club.

Community has always supported Comox hospital

Comox Valley Record, March 26, 2013 — St. Joseph's General Hospital was created for the community, but it was enhanced — and continues to be enhanced — by the community.

Caring for sick became habit for nuns at Comox hospital

Comox Valley Record, March 5, 2013 — St. Joseph's General Hospital is a big part of Comox Valley history — and it all started when four women came here to care for others nearly 100 years ago.
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