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Re: THEY WERE CALLED "SISTER", BUT THEY WERE NOT NUNS!!!

Thanks, Melo!

You said everything about Sister Glads character. That socially speaking about her!

Sister Glads was a very friendly woman. She spoke with everyone who went passed her house on St. Dominic Street. Her house was in the right place,.where almost every child that was going to The St. John's RC School had to pass. She made it a duty to see that the children made it to the schoolhouse on time. Besides,she acted, in a small, but significant manner,.as a School Crossing Gruad everyday. Really, Sister Glads had endless love, and shared it in abundance!

Sister Glads felt that everyething she ddid was a responsibility.

Sister Glads was just as you described her. Definately, she didn't need a pass to get to Heaven; nor any permission from God, to sit down at His right hand.

Re: THEY WERE CALLED "SISTER", BUT THEY WERE NOT NUNS!!!

Are you referring to the dear Sister Flo who had a little store and in later years lived close to the River after you passed St. Rose School?

Re: THEY WERE CALLED "SISTER", BUT THEY WERE NOT NUNS!!!

Yes. The place you described d where Sister Flo lived was the only one I know.