- Jan 20, 2020
Sister Barbara Donahue, 90, was only 10 minutes into an interview about the vaudeville group made up of her siblings and her when she broke out in “The Donahue Song.”
Sister Carol Hoverman, a Sister of St. Francis, who was at the forefront of Catholic communications for over three decades, died Oct. 3. She was 80 and had been in religious life for 63 years.
Mercy Sister Lillian Murphy, a former CEO of Mercy Housing Inc., and a national advocate for affordable housing, died at age 78 July 25 in San Francisco.
Poor Clare Sister Rose Marie of the Queen of Angels started off as a basketball star.
Sister Alice Zachmann is set to receive an award recognizing her lifetime of working for human rights and peace.