Saturday, October 01, 2005

Partial list of sisters who were missioned at St. John's Home

These are the names of the Sisters of St. Joseph who were missioned at St. John's Home from 1952 to 1958. Many were there for decades before 1952.

Sr. Mary of the Visitation, SSJ (Wisniewski)
Sr. Lucia Maria, SSJ Section "K"(Donze)
Sr. Cor Mariae, SSJ (McGarrity) Section "E" 4th Grade
Sr. Margaret Clare, SSJ (Gallagher) Section "A"
Sr. St. Carthage, SSJ (Carroll)
Sr. Clare Genevieve, SSJ (Clinton) "A"
Sr. Finbarr, SSJ (McHale) Dormitory Nun Section "L" and "H"
Sr. Romana, SSJ (Dever) "J" 5th Grade
Sr. Leonarda, SSJ (Devlin)
Sr. Nazaria, SSJ (Neary)
Sr. Materna, SSJ (McDevitt)
Sr. Mary of Consolation, SSJ (Buoy) Dormatory Nun Sections "B" and "K"
Sr. Marie Carmine, SSJ (De Rosa) Kindegarten Teacher Section "H"
Sr. St. Zita, SSJ (Haley) Infirmary Nun & Nurse
Sr. Eileen Dolores, SSJ (Duffy) 6th Grade Teacher Section "A"
Sr. Francis Eileen, SSJ (Coyle) 7th Grade Teacher
Sr. Rose Xavier, SSJ (Kuhn)
Sr. Mary Esdras, SSJ (Allwein)
Sr. Egberta, SSJ (McGee) Dormitory Nun Section "C"

Sr. Gertrude Marie, SSJ (Gilligan) Office Administration
Sr. Immaculee, SSJ (Gormley)
Sr. Mary Oliver, SSJ (Foran)
Sr. St. Declan, SSJ (Walsh)
Sr. Helen Constance, SSJ (Clark) 5th Grade Teacher, Section "B"
Sr. Mary David, SSJ (Karis) Teacher
Sr. Catherine Aloysia, SSJ (Walsh)
Sr. Saint Daniel, SSJ (Nolan) "Yard Nun"
Sr. Alice Patricia, SSJ (Waters) 1st Grade Teacher, Section "L"
Sr. Catharine Loyola, SSJ (Tasker)
Sr. Saint Urban, SSJ (O'Donnell)
Sr. Constantia, SSJ (Connell)
Sr. Cuthbert, SSJ (McCarney)
Sr. Mary Emma, SSJ (Denny)
Sr. Jane Teresa, SSJ (McDonnell)
Sr. Saint Kieran, SSJ (Heraty)

St. John's Orphan Asylum, Philadelphia, PA

Here is a picture of my twin brother Joe Bangert, and me Johnny. This old snapshot was taken in front circle of St. John's Orphan Asylum in Philadelphia, PA in 1955, 50 years ago.

The next two photogarphs are of our mother, Deborah Leddy (Bangert), she too, was orphaned at a very early age.

This blog is dedicated to her lasting memory. May she, and all our beloved departed rest in eternal peace!