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MaryAnn Dignazio Louison, CSJA

MaryAnn, now happily retired, was engaged in social work, substance abuse and violence education, and religious education in her years of working. Her core is deeply embedded with her formation as a CSJ Associate. The community never left her as she felt she never left them. She continues her prayer life of the Liturgy of the Hours, and spiritual reading, as well as just simply "prayer." Her husband, James, is supportive of all her endeavors and her cat, Diamond, is a model of contemplation!

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