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80 Years in 2019

Audrey Sagan, CDP

Sister Audrey Sagan entered religious life from St. Alphonsus parish in Springdale, PA. She credits the Sisters who taught her in elementary school (St. Alphonsus), and especially in high school (Providence Heights, the Aspirant School), for greatly influencing her decision to become a Sister.

Antonia Cvetan, CDP +

Sister Antonia Cvetan, formerly Sister Brendan, entered religious life from St. Joseph parish in Braddock, Pa. She credits her fifth-grade teacher, Ligouri Burkhardt, CDP, with influencing her decision to become a Sister. She says, “Her religion classes held me spellbound.”

Margaret Boes, CDP

Sister Margaret Boes, formerly Sister Flavia, entered religious life from Immaculate Conception in Johnstown, Pa. She credits her parents for giving her a strong foundation and the Sisters of Divine Providence as her greatest influences in entering religious life.