Sister Marlene Luffy entered religious life from St. Basil parish in Pittsburgh. Her parents, through their prayer and example, modeled for her a reverence for life, and she learned from them a respect for the sacred. It was in this environment that she grew in the development of faith, and it greatly influenced her decision to become a Sister.
65 years in 2016
Sister Mercedes Berbach entered religious life from St. Mary Church in McKees Rocks, Pa. She credits her parents as having the greatest influence on her decision to become a Sister, as they instilled in her a total dependence on God’s Providence.
The most memorable time in my community life was working along side of Sister Josephine and our staff.
Sister Rose Michele Sieber entered religious life from St. Alphonsus parish in Wheeling, WV. Her vocation to religious life was most influenced by Sisters Johanna† and Eustachia†, both Sisters of Divine Providence.
Sister Patricia Ann Moffett entered the Sisters of Divine Providence in 1951.
Sister Marie Dolores Griffith entered religious life from St. George parish in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sister Ann Catherine Fuchs recalls that, “One March, in the 1930s, God looked down on the earth and chose to create a little girl with brown eyes and a pleasant smile. She was named Gloria May; I was that little girl. By the time I reached the third grade, I was aware of a special feeling growing within me. I think it was a tiny vocation seed germinating.”
Sister Jean Anthony Alexandrunas ministered as a grade school teacher’s aide at St. Mary’s Glenshaw (Pa.) for 21 years.