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Farewell to Maryknoll China hand

MARYKNOLL (SE): Maryknoll Sister Janet Carroll died on 28 May 2019 at Cedar Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Centre in Ossining, New York, the United States of Americ. She was 85-years-old and had been a Maryknoll Sister for 67 years. 
 
Born in New York City on 22 1933 Sister Carroll graduated from St. Barnabas High School in the Bronx and entered the Maryknoll Sisters Novitiate in Maryknoll in 1952.
 

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A visit to the Maryknoll Motherhouse - A series of reflections

Fifteen students and three teachers from Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section) visited the motherhouse of the Maryknoll Sisters in Ossining, the United States of America from August 10 to 20 to retrace their roots and pay a call on the Maryknoll Sisters who served in Hong Kong, especially the school  
 
 








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A visit to the Maryknoll Motherhouse - A series of reflections

How does a moment 
last forever? 
How can a story never die?
 
As I have been “pondering in my heart great things (Luke 2:15-20)” for the last few weeks since returning to Hong Kong, this Celine Dion song from the Beauty of the Beast movie came to mind.
 








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Missionary life on the move comes to an end

Sister Kay Byrne died quietly on the evening of June 28 at the Maryknoll Sisters Centre in the United States of America. She was 88-years-old and had spent 64 years of her life with Maryknoll.
 
Born Katherine Theresa Byrne in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on 12 March 1929 to Marie Fitzgerald and Philip J. Byrne Jr, she had one brother, Philip J. and one sister, Maryellen. Both her parents and brother predeceased her.
 

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Maryknoll Sisters celebrate the living heritage of 100 years of mission

 

HONG KONG (SE): “Thank you for believing in us and thank you to those who have picked up the mantle and run with it,” said Sister Sue Glass in welcoming people to a Mass celebrated at St. Teresa’s in Kowloon to mark the centennial of the Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic.

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