Remembering Sister Ursula Marie

Posted April 17, 2024 in Obituaries

“What a privilege and a joy!” wrote Sister Ursula Marie when recounting her Ursuline history, especially preparing young children to receive Jesus for the first time in the sacrament of the Eucharist. “What a privilege and a joy to know you!” we all echo back to this woman of devotion, generosity, exuberance and great love.  Anna Marie was born in 1926 in Cleveland to Catherine and Thomas George. She grew up with her three brothers, Paul, Ralph and Roy, in Holy Cross Parish. She attended grades one through eight at the parish school, and then graduated from Euclid Shore High School.... read more

Remembering Sister Anne Cecile

Posted January 04, 2024 in Obituaries

Anne Cecile

Laetitia Ann Muldoon was born to be a delight to those whose lives she would touch. Though her baptismal certificate lists her as Laetitia, her birth certificate aptly names her the more colloquial Joy. Both... read more

Remembering Sister Marie Cecile

Posted October 28, 2023 in Obituaries

Marie Cecile

 I want to love and live and be – and oh, To grow like bulbs that burst through burnished soil And yearn to return the best of life to Him.  Almost fifty years ago, Sister Marie Cecile penned... read more

Remembering Sister Margaret O'Brien

Posted July 24, 2023 in Obituaries

Margaret O'Brien

Sister Margaret O’Brien chose readings for her funeral that speak to her very being, readings of faith in God, love of neighbor, patience, prayer and joy. She also directed that the homily was to be... read more

Remembering Sister Brigetta Waldron

Posted June 06, 2023 in Obituaries

Brigetta Waldron

Sister M. Brigetta Waldron was described as a “beacon of hope” in a letter written to a foundation just six years ago.  In her octogenarian years, Sister Brigetta was still applying for grants for academic... read more