In Memoriam

Sister Lillian Corriveau 1940 - 2023

At all her varied missions, English and Spanish speaking, Lillian’s spirit of love and her joy made her much loved. She longed to be with Jesus.” Her best friend, Sister Carol Dwyer, wrote of her, “Her gifts of sensitivity, intuition, attunement to the nudging of the Holy Spirit, and her care and interest in the wellbeing of the other made her a powerful presence in her ministries.”

Sister Thomasine Ryan 1923 - 2023

Sister Thomasine Ryan spent her years devoted to and caring for others. She she enjoyed visiting the sick and elderly bringing “a gentle showing of kindness, compassion and love of the Lord shone through interaction with seniors.” May Sister Thomasine rest in the arms of God.
Sister Audrey McCarville

In Memoriam - Sister Audrey McCarville (formerly Sister Philip Neri)

Life long educator Sister Audrey had a concern for the less fortunate and marginalized. While living in Waterloo, she volunteered at the House of Friendship and St. John’s Soup Kitchen. She always looked for ways to serve others, saying “We struggle in solidarity with those who are poor for justice and a global community.” On Palm Sunday we commemorated Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem, may Jesus accompany Sister Audrey into the Heavenly Jerusalem.