Miriam Daniel Fahey, SNJM Honored for Dedication to Santee Community
On March 26, Miriam Daniel Fahey, SNJM (South Bay) was honored at the dedication of the Catholic Charities community education center in East San José, CA. Santee neighborhood leaders, long time friends and civic dignitaries including the mayor and district superintendent were among those present. Sr. Miriam Daniel was recognized for her dedication to education, social justice and pastoral work in the Santee neighborhood throughout her 15 years of service there. Lovingly known as "Hermana Miriam," she has left a legacy of commitment and a passion for justice that continues to inspire leaders and community members today.
Giving Thanks for California Golden Jubilarians
The words “do not worry” became a benediction as well as an inspiring call to faithful action as five Sisters of the Holy Names renewed their vows in celebration of 50 years of consecrated life on Saturday, April 2.
With lighted tapers in hand, the five stood before several hundred people gathered at St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church to renew their vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. The assembly gave thanks for Marcia Frideger, SNJM; Linda Fusilier, SNJM, Alanna Lechner, SNJM, Miriam Malone, SNJM, and Grayce Ross, SNJM.
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