Remembering Sister Myra Skebe

Posted December 23, 2021 in Obituaries

Myra  Skebe

Sister Myra Skebe was a woman of varied talents. In remembering her, catch the scent of fresh baking, see the colors of the rainbow, and notice the delicate work of a palm cross crafted in loving faith. Picture her teaching children in a classroom, serving at the diocese and in parish work, and using her skills to assist the congregation.  All of this was done in a spirit of dedication and kindness. Rosemary Skebe was born in 1929 in Cleveland, Ohio to Rose and Charles, the youngest of nine children. She spent much of her youth in Cleveland, attending St. Mary... read more

Remembering Sister Marie Canice Kilkenny

Posted November 22, 2021 in Obituaries

Marie Canice Kilkenny

When asked at the tender young age of seventeen what work she would best be suited to, Winifred Kilkenny replied, “Care for others.” Until her death as Sister Marie Canice, at the age of ninety-three,... read more

Remembering Sister Mary George

Posted November 11, 2021 in Obituaries

Mary George

Sister Mary George served generously for over 70 years, from the youngest of kindergarten students to the most elderly in our world. How many of us are able to adapt to the needs of five... read more

Faithful and Compassionate Servant

Posted May 11, 2021 in Obituaries

Suzanne Cubbison

Sister Suzanne Cubbison was a modest and humble presence in the world, quietly contributing to the reign of God in a variety of ways.  Her innovative ministry in her latter years is a testimony to... read more

Remembering Sister Virginia Lang

Posted February 25, 2021 in Obituaries

Virginia Lang

Sister Virginia Lang was a woman of quiet determination, skill and devoted service.  She was a faithful community member for 69 years, a beloved sister and sister-in-law as well as aunt and friend. Virginia Jean Lang... read more