Sr. Marie Cinotti entered the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary in North Providence, RI September 15, 1959.
After pronouncing her first vows March 19, 1962, she began studies at St. Elizabeth School of Nursing in Brighton. She pronounced her final vows Sept. 17, 1965. Her next mission was at Kennedy Memorial Hospital, Boston now known as Franciscan Hospital for Children working as an RN in Our Lady’s Unit. From 1967 to 1970 she was in charge of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary Infirmary, N. Providence, RI.
Over the years, Sr. Marie has served as a nurse, religious education teacher, novice directress, local coordinator of communities, personnel director, vocation director and in pastoral care, prison ministry, parish ministry and soup kitchens.
Her present ministry is working at St. Jude’s parish in El Paso Texas. This parish is responsible for the chaplaincy at a local hospital where Marie serves as the chaplain. She is also part of the diocesan Vocation committee.
Sr. Claire McQuilkin, fmm entered the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary at North Providence on March 16th, 1960 and took the habit on Sept. 17th 1960. While in temporary vows she studied nursing at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Brighton MA. Her final profession was on Sept 17th, 1965.
From 1965 - 1973, she served as an RN at the former Kennedy Hospital now called Franciscan Hospital for Children as a member of the Emergency Room Team, evening Supervisor on call for Radiology and Laboratory, as Head Nurse and Unit Supervisor of the Medical and Surgical Units, and as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the Outpatient Dept.
Throughout the next years her various ministries have been nursing, pastoral care, chaplaincy, diabetic research and retreat work.
Sr. Carol Ann Kane entered the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary in North Providence, RI September 15, 1959. She pronounced her final vows at North Providence September 17, 1965.
After finishing her studies at Emmanuel College, she was sent in mission to Espiritu Santo School in Fall River as a teacher. Throughout the next years her ministries have included teaching, formation, pastoral care, retreats, spiritual direction, and leadership here is the USA and missions in Singapore and Kenya.
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