Just a wonderful web site. It made me feel so good to see you are preserving the pictures of "When nuns/sisters " stood out as religious. I really miss that.
Thanks so much.
Nick said:October 6, 2012 2:12 pm PST
My friend of thirty years was Sr. Louise...I can't imagine a New York Yankee without a uniform...why is it nuns don't want to link to those who have passed on... The nuns who have gone before? Why do they reduce it all to the PRESENT...serving those who are in need? No symbolic clothing signifies no depth towards the poor, models that life is superficial to the young. Would the nuns with no habits please throw away books and have only digital, or if you believe in books (the past),how much more so the nuns of the past? A lack of vocations...any surprise how shallow we signify.
amelia said:October 5, 2012 7:22 pm PST
I was wondering if there is a Site where I could look at all the Sisters "Pictures" the way they were in Danville, Pa. The name of the order is SSCM (Sisters of St. Cyril and Methodius). The Photographs of the Sisters I'm looking for are around the years 1955-1980. Any help or direction you are able to give me I would sincerely appreciate it, as I've been looking for a long time now. Thank You.
cynda siadys childs said:September 23, 2012 4:03 am PST
I was taught at Holy Name School in DC and the sisters were a wonderful part of my life. Sister Charles Stephen, Sister Malakey, Sister Reginia Teresa, Sister Francis Concellia, Sister Mary Grace, Sister John Anthony and Sister Francis Concelia they all were great I was ther from 1949 until 1955
Jane said:September 19, 2012 4:59 pm PST
Thank you for the pictures. I was taught by the sisters of Saint Joseph and I was showing my daughter these pictures. I love the sisters. They treated you like family....like they were your moms. God bless them all!