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Sister Miriam Cosgrove, OSB

Sister Miriam Cosgrove, OSB, joined the Benedictine Sisters of Florida in 1960. As she celebrates 55 years in religious life, she shares with SOAR! the joys of her vocation and her new ministry.

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The Long Awaited Resurrection

A prayer by Sister Carol Loughney, IHM.

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Sister Agnes Cunningham

Born in Brooklyn, NY Sr. Agnes Cunningham, OP has been a Dominican Sister of Sparkill, New York since 1946.

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Sister Edmund McGourty, SA

With sparkling eyes, a welcoming smile, and radiating peace-filled joy, Sr. Edmund McGourty, SA draws everyone around her to experience the grace of God’s abundant love.

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Sister Marie Mathilde

For over 80 years, Sister Marie Mathilde, lsp, has lived a life of joy in service to God and others as a Little Sister of the Poor.

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A Christmas Prayer for Families

As we draw towards Christmas and the Christmas Season, SOAR! is happy to share with you a special prayer for families.

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Sister Mary Austin Carroll

In a bright afternoon in April 1869, Sister Austin Carroll was sailing down the Mississippi on the steamship Mollie Abel with a small group of young sisters. The group of nuns was one of a number heading for new assignments as the order expanded to new cities. Their mission was New Orleans.

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Sister Madeline Dorsey

Maryknoll Sister Madeline “Maddie” Dorsey is filling the world with God’s love.

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Sister Mary Ignatia Gavin

In the 1930’s, a chance encounter took place at a hospital in Akron, Ohio. Dr. Bob Smith, a physician recovering from alcoholism, met Sister Mary Ignatia Gavin at St. Thomas Hospital. She helped Dr. Smith and others recovering from alcoholism, and founded Alcoholics Anonymous, probably the most successful rehabilitation program in American history.

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Sister Bonaventure Monhollan

In February 1920, the order sent three volunteers to open a new elementary school in Westwago, a working class suburb in New Orleans. Sister Bonaventure Monhollan was the youngest of the group, which endured many hardships in their efforts.

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