Mary M. McGlone, CSJ
Mary M. McGlone, CSJ, a Denverite by birth, was received into the congregation in 1973 and made perpetual vows in 1978. She earned a doctorate in theology from St. Louis University in 1991. Her ministry experience includes teaching, primarily in higher education; pastoral ministry; child care and professional writing. She has written two books on the history of the Sisters of St. Joseph in the United States. Sister Mary also writes a regular column for the National Catholic Reporter.
A mediados de octubre celebramos el Día de la Fundación, y recordamos a las personas valientes quienes fundaron nuestra comunidad en Le Puy. El Padre Médaille viajó a donde no se permitía viajar a Jesuitas, reunió a un grupo de mujeres y les ayudó a formar una congregación religiosa.
In the middle of October, we celebrate Founders’ Day, memorializing the eight courageous pioneers who created our community in Le Puy, France. Father Médaille went where Jesuits were not allowed to go, gathering a group of women and helping them become a formal religious congregation.
¿Cómo sería si todas nosotras celebráramos este Mes de Historia Negra, el cual nos recuerda que siempre hay más para aprender y gozar de la rica diversidad del Cuerpo de Cristo?
Little by little, Sister Anne learned that Hanna had been a refugee most of her life, fleeing Ethiopia for Kenya and eventually South Africa. Hanna married, and in 2015 was forced to flee xenophobic violence in South Africa, traveling with three-year-old Betty.