In Memoriam


We Remember Them At the beginning of the year and at its end…

God of time and eternity, help us look to the past with gratitude and to the future with hope.

We remember this day those who have gone before us here, who labored not for themselves alone but with a vision of creating for the future a world better than they had known.

 

Sister Mary Scanlon, CSJ

Sister Mary Scanlon, CSJ

May 22, 1932 – December 20, 2021
Mary educated and impacted the lives of thousands of students; she cared about and loved her students; she lived life well; she was selfless; she was dedicated to God and God’s children; she was a great math teacher and made math understandable to those who had a hard time with math.

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Sister Thomasine Knowlton, CSJ

Sister Thomasine Knowlton, CSJ

January 7, 1933 – December 5, 2021
It was her thirty-six-year tenure at Spellman that served as the highlight of her ministry. Beginning as a teacher of Latin and Russian, Thomasine soon became assistant principal, principal, and finally, president of a thriving school. “Sister T” endeared herself to faculty, students, and parents alike because of her sincere dedication to all who comprised the school community.

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Sister Marie Ancilla McCarthy, CSJ

Sister Marie Ancilla McCarthy, CSJ

April 13, 1935 – December 11, 2021
Ever gracious, kind, and gentle, Betty, Sister Marie Ancilla has gone home to her God with hands full of blessings – both those she gave and those she was for others. May her reward be truly a heavenly feast to rival that of Isaiah’s!

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Sister Margaret Crann, CSJ

Sister Margaret Crann, CSJ

October 5, 1941 – November 21, 2021

Margaret loved all things spiritual and she was a true seeker of God. Their daily ride to Framingham became a prayerful event for them because they witnessed the sun rising. And now the sun has set on Margaret’s life. I can hear her uttering her favorite words: If the only prayer you ever say is “thank you” that is enough.

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