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Wednesday, 24 December 2014 14:43

Congratulations Sr Moya Hanlen

moya 150On Tuesday 16th December, Moya had a farewell by Bishop Peter Ingham of Wollongong and by clergy and confreres with whom she has closely worked over the last 10 years.   There was a Mass followed by ‘High Tea’.

During the course of the Bishop’s speech he announced to all that he had been dealing with the Vatican Nuncio regarding an award which he wished to present to Moya on behalf of the Church, and that she was to be presented with the Cross- Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice -(for Church and Pope).

sr jenny q 150Meet Jenny Q

I was born in Babatngon, Leyte Philippines. The sixth child of eight children four boys and four girls. I am the youngest among the girls.

I came to Australia in 2006 as a student. After a year in Australia I applied for a job at St. Joseph's Aged care Facility which to my surprise was run by nuns (Daughters of Our Lady of Sacred Heart Congregation). The late Sr. Consolata invited me three times by saying, "It's a beautiful life why not join us."

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