Sister Monica Sparks made her first profession of vows on January 6, 1956, followed by teacher training at St Scholastica’s Glebe. This led to a rich and rewarding career in
Religious women and men across Australia, among them Sisters of the Good Samaritan, will hold a National Day of Sorry and Promise on Sunday, December 2, 2018.
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Sister Katherine Larkey will be lovingly remembered for her empathy, her simple kindness, her delightful sense of humour and her gentle presence amongst us.
Marie Bridget O’Connor was born at Arncliffe NSW on May 15, 1938, the eldest of four children born to Thomas Joseph and Catherine Cecilia O’Connor (née Kelly).
The Sisters of the Good Samaritan are seeking an experienced Archivist and Records Manager who is excited about the digital future and will continue to enhance this significant and evolving...
Exposing Australia’s compassionless refugee policies and nurturing peace through song.
Reporting to the Congregational Leader, the Director of Operations is a newly created role and is one outcome of a recent strategic review.