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Obituary | Sr. Carol Haggarty, RSCJ

A memorial Mass for Sister Carol Haggarty was celebrated June 22 at the Oakwood chapel in Atherton, Calif. Sister Carol, 75, died June 18 in Atherton.

Obituary | Sr. Joanne Fitzpatrick, RSCJ

A funeral Mass for Sister Joanne Fitzpatrick, RSCJ, was to be celebrated Saturday, Feb. 25, in Atherton, Calif. Sister Joanne died Feb. 16 at the Oakwood community for retired religious sisters. She was 84 and was in the Society of the Sacred Heart for 64 years.

Obituary | Sr. Margaret Erhart, RSCJ

A funeral Mass for Sister Margaret Erhart, RSCJ, will be celebrated Saturday, Jan. 9 at the Oakwood Retirement Community in Atherton, Calif. A longtime educator in St. Louis, Sister Erhart, 96, died Dec. 17 in Atherton.

Obituary | Sr. Patricia Thro, RSCJ

A funeral Mass was celebrated March 14 in Atherton, Calif., for Religious Sister of the Sacred Heart Patricia Thro, a longtime educator. Sister Thro died March 9 at Oakwood, the Society of the Sacred Heart's elder care center in Atherton. She was 76 years old.

Obituary | Sr. Ana Rita Hernandez, RSCJ

A funeral Mass was celebrated April 1 at Teresian House in Albany, N.Y., for Religious of the Sacred Heart Sister Ana Rita Hernández, who served her community in St. Charles from 1998 to 2002.

Sister Hernández, 90, died March 29 after a brief illness.

Born in Caqueza, Colombia, she attended school only for a few years but taught herself to read not only Spanish, but English and some French and Italian as well. She entered the Society of the Sacred Heart in Bogotá, Colombia, in 1944. She made her first vows in 1947 and her final profession in 1953, all in Bogotá.

Obituary | Sister Harriet Padberg, RSCJ

A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at Villa Duschesne's chapel in St. Louis for Sister Harriet Padberg, a longtime math and music teacher and accomplished organist. Sister Harriet died Jan. 2 at Oakwood, the Society of the Sacred Heart's elder care center in Atherton, Calif. She was 91. A Mass will also be celebrated at Oakwood on Jan. 23.

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