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Recognition

Sisters Honoured at the Blessing of Our Lady of Mercy Wing

On Dec. 5, 2011, St. Joseph Health Centre recognized the legacy of its founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph, during the official blessing ceremony of the new Our Lady of Mercy Patient Care Wing.

Memory Lane Celebrates Sisters’ Legacy at Providence

On Nov. 30, 2011, Providence Healthcare paid tribute to their founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto. They held a reception and unveiling of Memory Lane, a hall on the second floor dedicated to telling the story of the House of Providence and how it evolved into Providence Healthcare. The reception was followed by several speeches and then all were invited for a first viewing of this hall made possible by BMO Financial Group. What follows are some highlights of the event.

Sr. Sue Mosteller honoured by Tyndale

The Board of Governors and the faculty of Tyndale University College & Seminary are pleased to present at this time Sr. Sue Mosteller for the degree Doctor of Divinity (honoris causa) — Dr. Gary V. Nelson

On Nov. 5, 2011, during the Fall Graduation Luncheon in honour of Sr. Sue Mosteller, the honourary doctorate recipient, Dr. Gary V. Nelson, President and Vice Chancellor, Tyndale University College and Seminary, introduced Sr. Sue to those assembled. Here are some of his words about Sr. Sue:

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board Recognizes Religious Orders with Catholic Award of Merit

On Tuesday, Sept. 27, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board honoured seven Religious Orders and Diocesan Priests with the board’s Catholic Award of Merit. These orders were instrumental in the development of Catholic education in Dufferin-Peel.

100 Years of Women’s Education at St. Michael’s College: Library and Online Exhibit

On Sept. 27, 2011, three institutional archives, the University of St. Michael's College, the Sisters of Loretto and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto, partnered to mark the 100th anniversary of women's education at St. Michael's. Originally, women were not admitted to St. Michael's College. The Sisters of St. Joseph and the Loretto Sisters, however, were committed to offering young women an education, and in 1911, they opened two women's colleges: St. Joseph's College and Loretto College. They were the first to offer women a university education under Catholic auspices through St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto.

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