80 Years

Sister Casimira AdasiewiczSister Casimira Adasiewicz

Sister Casimira Adasiewicz was born in Stambaugh, Michigan.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee.  In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sister served as teacher/organist at Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Chicago (1942-1945).

In the Diocese of Davenport (Iowa), she served as teacher/organist at SS Peter & Paul School in Bauer (Lacona) (1957-1958). In the Diocese of Des Moines (Iowa), Sister served as teacher-organist at St. Mary School in Rosemount (1941-1942). In the Diocese of Green Bay (Wisconsin), she served as teacher/organist at St. Joseph School in Phlox (1951-1957).  In the Diocese of LaCrosse (Wisconsin), Sister served as teacher/organist at St. Louis School in Dorchester (1970-1971). In the Diocese of Madison (Wisconsin), Sister served as teacher/organist at St. John the Baptist School in Princeton (1948-1951) where she also served as principal/organist (1969-1970), at St. Mary School in Fennimore (1961-1962), and at St. Martin School in Martinsville (1962-1963). In the Diocese of Springfield (Illinois), she served as teacher-organist at Immaculate Conception School in Pierron (1945-1948).  In the Diocese of Superior (Wisconsin), Sister served as teacher/organist at St. Francis of Solanus School in Reserve (1959-1961).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister served as teacher/organist at St. Anthony School in Menomonee Falls (1958-1959), as principal/organist at St. Martin School in Ashford (1963-1968), as teacher/organist at St. Anthony School in Nenno (1968-1969), and as housekeeping supervisor at St. Joseph Convent Motherhouse in Milwaukee (1971-1991), where she also served as a volunteer (1991-1997) and in support services (1997 to the present). Sister currently resides at St. Joseph Convent in Milwaukee.

 

Sister Rose KnotekSister Rose Knotek

Sister Rose Knotek was born in Racine, Wisconsin.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee.  In the Archdiocese of Chicago, shes taught at Holy Angels School in Chicago (1952-1955). In the Diocese of Dubuque (Iowa), Sister taught at St. John Nepomucene School in Fort Atkinson (1942-1945). In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Sister taught at St. John the Baptist School in Johnsburg (1945-1946), at St. Wenceslaus School in Milwaukee (1946-1952), at St. Lawrence School in Milwaukee (1955-1959), at Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary School in Franklin (1959-1961), and at St. Rita School in West Allis (1961-1968). She also taught in Milwaukee at St. Michael Community School (1968-1971), Holy Redeemer School (1971-1975), St. Ann School (1975-1982), and St. Matthias School (1982-1995). Sister also served as a substitute teacher (1995-1997), as a tutor (1997-1998), as a seamstress at Marian Hall (1998-2004), and in the ministry of prayer and presence at

Clement Manor in Greenfield (2004-2013) and Sacred Heart in Milwaukee (2013 to present). Sister currently resides at Sacred Heart in Milwaukee.

 

Sister Faith RothSister Faith Roth

Sister Faith Roth was born in Elgin Nebraska.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee and a master of sacred scripture degree from St. Mary (Notre Dame) in Indiana.  In the Diocese of Colorado Springs (Colorado), Sister taught at Corpus Christi School in Colorado Springs (1948-1963). In the Archdiocese of Omaha, she taught at St. Patrick School in Fremont (1963-1970), at West Catholic Elementary School in Fordyce (1970-1988), cared for the elderly in Fordyce (1988-2000), and served as a volunteer at St. John the Baptist Parish in Fordyce (2000-2005).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister taught at St. Anthony of Padua School in Milwaukee (1942-1948) and served in the ministry of prayer and presence at St. Joseph Convent in Campbellsport (2005-2015) and Sacred Heart in Milwaukee (2015 to present), where she currently resides.

 

 

Sister Arlene WeldingSister Arlene Welding

Sister Arlene Welding was born in Oakdale, Nebraska.  She received a bachelor of science degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee and a master of science degree in religious education from the University of San Francisco in California. In the Diocese of Comayagua (Honduras), she served as a cursillo director in Comayagua (1966-1970). In the Diocese of Jackson (Mississippi), Sister taught at St. Francis School in Yazoo City (1953-1962).  In the Archdiocese of Los Angeles she served as campus minister at the Newman Center in Los Angeles (1979-1982) and as director of operations at Caring Hands in Los Angeles (1982-1985). In the Diocese of Nashville, Sister served as a community outreach worker at Catholic Social Services (1986-1989), where she also served as a volunteer social worker (1992-1993); served as a social ministry volunteer (1993-1997); and served as a part-time secretary at St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Nashville (1997-1998), where she also served as coordinator of social concerns (1998-2004) and as volunteer coordinator (2004-2007). In the Diocese of Phoenix (Arizona), Sister served as religious education coordinator at St. Matthew Parish in Phoenix (1970-1978) and at St. Edward Parish in Phoenix (1978-1979).  In the Archdiocese of San Jose´ in Costa Rica, Sister taught at St. Francis Primary School in Moravia (1962-1966).  In the Diocese of Tucson (Arizona), Sister served as senior citizen counselor at the Pinal Gila Council for Senior Citizens in Casa Grande (1979).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister taught at St. Matthew School in Campbellsport (1943-1953) and served as a volunteer at St. Joseph Convent in Campbellsport (2008-2014) and at St. Joseph Convent in Milwaukee (2014-2017). Sister currently serves in the ministry of prayer and presence at Our Lady of the Angels Convent in Greenfield, Wisconsin.

 

Sister Clarella WerthSister Clarella Werth

Sister Clarella Werth was born in Schoenchen, Kansas.  She received a bachelor of science  degree in education from Alverno College in Milwaukee.  In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sister served as teacher/organist at Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Chicago (1945-1949).  In the Diocese of Fort Wayne/South Bend (Indiana), she served as teacher/organist at St. Rose of Lima School in Monroeville (1957-1962). In the Diocese of Joliet (Illinois), Sister served as teacher/organist at St. Walter School in Roselle (1962-1963). In the Archdiocese of Omaha, she served as teacher/organist at St. Joseph School in Pierce (1955-1957), at SS Peter & Paul School in Butte (1963-1967), and taught at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Omaha (1971-1992), where she also served as a tutor (1992-1993) and as support staff volunteer (1993-2001). In the Diocese of Sioux City (Iowa), she taught at Immaculate Conception School in Cherokee (1967-1971).  In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sister served as teacher/organist at St. Lawrence School in St. Lawrence (1941-1945), at Sacred Heart School in Allenton (1949-1955), and served as a volunteer and minister of prayer and presence at St. Joseph Convent in Campbellsport (2001-2013). Sister now serves in the ministry of prayer and presence at Sacred Heart in Milwaukee.

 

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