Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Cluny Pioneers Celebrate
60 Years of Religious Profession
Sunday, May 15, 2016

“The Lord has done great things for me
  holy is God’s Name”.  LK.1:49

Bottom Left to Right:  Sisters Maria Rocha, Regina Brunelle, Bernadette Lapre, Anne-Marie Liston
                   Top Left to Right:  Sisters Yannick Saieh, Luke Parker, Marie Cooper, Eugenia Brady    
Sister Bernadette Lapré and Sister Regina Brunelle celebrated their 60th Anniversary of Vows as Sisters of St. Joseph of Cluny.  They are the first American Vocations who entered the Cluny Novitiate on Brenton Road in Newport on the feast of the Sacred Heart, June 11th, 1953.  Sister Bernadette from Fall River, MA and Sister Regina from Nashua, NH.  Three years later in 1956, they pronounced their first vows. Cluny Sisters, family, friends and parishioners of St. Mary Parish, Newport, RI gathered to celebrate the gift and faithful service of these two pioneer sisters.  Congratulations, Sisters Bernadette and Regina!

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