Tag: St. Joseph of Carondelet

Sister’s last stand: CSJ turns 90, keeps serving at hospital

Sister’s last stand: CSJ turns 90, keeps serving at hospital

| May 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Turning 85 meant semi-retirement for Sister Ann Michele Jadlowski, a sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Having just turned 90, she continues to care for people at St. Joseph Hospital in St. Paul, founded by her order, but sees the need to invite Catholics to share in the mission.

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Nun’s daily walk ends in tragedy

Nun’s daily walk ends in tragedy

| August 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

St. Joseph Sister Mary Beneva Schulte was on her daily walk July 30. The 85-year-old sister, who celebrated her 65th jubilee this year, was showing an unusual level of independence that her fellow sisters had come to regard as typical.

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Carondelet Village opens its doors

Carondelet Village opens its doors

| December 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

St. Joseph of Carondelet sisters living at Bethany Convent in St. Paul moved to their new residence, Carondelet Village, on Dec. 6. To mark the occasion, Archbishop emeritus Harry Flynn celebrated Mass and blessed the new Carondelet Village Chapel.

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Former nun, now 90, tells story of her part in ending Nicaragua crisis

Former nun, now 90, tells story of her part in ending Nicaragua crisis

| Kathy Berken for The Catholic Spirit | October 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

The most amazing thing about Alicia Meyer is not that she got an iPad for her 90th birthday or that she was formerly a nun (St. Joseph of Carondelet Sister Mary Arthur). The most amazing thing is that Meyer fearlessly helped end a military/political hostage takeover in Nicaragua in the 1960s.

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Makin’ it real at Holy Angels

Makin’ it real at Holy Angels

| Julie Pfitzinger - For The Catholic Spirit | February 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

St. Joseph of Carondelet Sister Mary Lamski began her recent conversation with four students at the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield in this way: “Ask me any question.”

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