Sister Kathleen entered religious life from St. Martin parish in the West End of Pittsburgh. She wanted to dedicate her life to service to the Church (God’s people).
50 Years in 2011
Sister Ann Pairn entered religious life from her home parish in St. Louis, Mo.
Sister Ann Grace Lennex joined religious life from St. James parish in Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Sister Kathleen Angel, formerly Sister Doreen, entered religious life from St. Basil Parish in Carrick, Pa. She credits her ninth-grade CCD teacher, Sister Mary Glenn, a Sister of Divine Providence, with influencing her decision to become a Sister.
Sister Hilary Hooks entered the Sisters of Divine Providence in 1961.
Sister Mary Jane Beatty entered religious life from St. Alphonsus parish in Wheeling, W.Va. It was her seventh-grade teacher, Sister Francine Barsh, whose example of joy and kindness helped her realize that becoming a Sister was what she wanted to do with her life.