Pauline 200 and Beyond!
The idea for the Pauline 200 project had its origin in our General Chapter of 2013. The title for the project denotes that it is a preparation for the 200th anniversary of Pauline von Mallinckrodt's birth that was celebrated in 2017. Pauline 200 was envisioned as an international project that has a three-fold purpose: spiritual renewal, experience of international community and a ministry among the poor.
Pictured below are the Sisters who took part in Pauline 200 during the summers of 2015-2017.
My name is Sr. Alice Mary Ortmann. I was born and raised in a small farming town: Lemars, Iowa.
My vocation blossomed during my freshman year in high school, but it was the wish of my parents that I wait a few years before entering.
I was a Montessori preschool teacher for 33 years; now I am enjoying my retirement.
My older sister also joined the Sisters of Christian Charity and we have shared the joy of this life together.
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Sister Monica Cormier, SCC
Sister Juliana Miska, SCC
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