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Recognition

Sisters Featured in Nuit Blanche Installation

On Sept. 27, 2011, Sisters Anne Marie Marrin, Mary Macoretta, Marie Howorth and Conrad Lauber came to see the Nuit Blanche installation about their congregation. Project originator, art teacher Paul Sabyan, with teacher-librarian Judy Pregelj and media arts teacher Suzy Rafael — three teachers who, with other teachers, planned and carried out this project and involved about 20 students.

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.

Cloister: St. Joseph’s College School Art Installation for Nuit Blanche

On Oct. 1, 2011, the teachers and the students of St. Joseph's College School will be presenting Cloister as a part of Nuit Blanche events in Toronto from 7 pm until 7 am. St. Joseph's College School, pictured at right, was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph 156 years ago.

Fontbonne Ministries Honours its Volunteers

Sixty-seven people attended the Volunteer Appreciation Brunch on Sunday, May 1st, 2011 at Fontbonne Place and celebrated with the Sisters involved in the ministries, pictured above. The event offered the volunteers of all Fontbonne Ministries programs a chance to socialize, gather for brunch and hear from Fontbonne Ministries' Board Chair, Sister Thérèse Meunier, and the Sister-Directors of each program. Another cause for celebration was the fact that the Sisters of St.

Ministry of Presence in Canada's North

Did you think Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto are found only in Toronto? Meet Sister Trudy Zunti, pictured at right, who received an award for her work after 3 ½ years in Thompson, Manitoba, where she lived with Sister Andrea Dumont. Sister Trudy is on the short side, round, blue-eyed and smiling — about the most welcoming, non-threatening person you could hope to meet.

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