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by Barbara Wander CoL Barbara Wander is a Loretto co-member who has been working with the Little Sisters of St. Therese in Haiti for many years. This is an excerpt of a dispatch from her most recent visit.Read More
Celebrate Annie Stevens Final Vows— December 5, 2010Read More
Leading the Way — Donna Mattingly and Barbara Croghan process into the Church of the Seven Dolors during the Loretto Foundation Day, April 25 joint celebratory Mass in honor of Barbara’s 75th jubilee and Donna ’s final vows ceremony. Serving as candle bearers are Donna’s siblings, Linda, Susan, Lisa and Julita. Following Donna and Barbara,…Read More
A Commitment to Faith, Community, Justice and Respect —With Cathy Mueller witnessing, Donna signs her name to conclude her final vows ceremony. Spring Celebration —Butterflies grace the cover of the program for the joint celebration. Poetry in Motion — JoAnn Gates raises the incense high above the altar at the April 25 celebratory Mass in…Read More
Chelsea Collonge Celebrates Co-membership New Mexico Lorettos gather on the couch before the ceremony begins, with Fr. Rafael Garcia SJ on the right. Chelsea explains why she is joining Loretto.Read More
The Loretto Log Cabin Quilt square, part of the Marian County Marion County Quilt Trail, a portion of the “Clothesline of Quilts” trail that runs throughout Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee, was blessed after the Sunday Liturgy, March 22 at the Motherhouse. This is one of the first projects for our Jubilee 2012. Martha and Leonard…Read More
The grand opening of the Family Community Clinic was standing room only. On Saturday, January 15, at St. Joseph Church in Louisville, Kentucky, a new health care clinic opened that will provide free medical care to people who don’t have health insurance and to others in need. Dozens of supporters came to the event: parishioners,…Read More