Jubilarians 2022 -- 70 years

70 Years

The following four Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa will celebrate their 70th jubilee at a Mass on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022.

Sister Mariann (Nadine) Franzgrote, OPSister Mariann (Nadine) Franzgrote, OP, has ministered in Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota. Her ministry has been dedicated to teaching music and art. In the Diocese of Peoria, Sr. Mariann attended St. Mark School, 1938–1946, and the Academy of Our Lady, Peoria, 1946–1950. In the Diocese of Rockford, Sr. Mariann taught at St. Patrick, Rockford, 1952–1958. In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sr. Mariann taught at St. Cajetan, Chicago, 1958–1961. In the Diocese of Sioux City, Sr. Mariann taught at Blessed Sacrament, Sioux City, 1961–1967. In the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Sr. Mariann taught and served as coprincipal at Resurrection (now Our Lady of Peace), Minneapolis, 1967–1984; taught at Regina, Minneapolis, 1984–1987; and served at Christ the King (now Carondelet Catholic), Minneapolis, as art teacher, 1987–2013. She is living in community in Richfield, MN. Her home parish is St. Mark, Peoria, in the Peoria Diocese. She is the daughter of the late Conrad and Regina (Hartmann) Franzgrote. Click here to send an honor online.

Sister Pauline (Antonina) Ingram, OPSister Pauline (Antonina) Ingram, OP, has ministered in Illinois, Wisconsin, Nebraska, New York, and Pennsylvania. Her ministry has been dedicated to archival work for the Sinsinawa Dominican Congregation. She is currently ministering as assistant archivist at the Motherhouse, Sinsinawa. Sr. Pauline’s home parish is St. Jospeh, Rawlins, in the Cheyenne Diocese. She is the daughter of the late John and Clare (Garner) Ingram. Click here to send an honor online.

 

Sister Constance “Connie” Lennartz, OPSister Constance “Connie” Lennartz, OP, has ministered in Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, South Carolina, Alabama, and Oklahoma. Her ministry has been dedicated to teaching and parish ministry. In the Diocese of Madison, Sr. Connie taught at St. Raphael, Madison, 1952–1959; St. Rose, Cuba City, 1960–1963; and Edgewood High School, Madison, 1963–1967. In the Archdiocese of Dubuque, Sr. Connie served as principal and teacher at Sacred Heart School, Rockwell, 1959–1960. In the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Sr. Connie taught at Bethlehem Academy, Faribault, 1967–1973. In the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Sr. Connie taught at St. John Cathedral, Milwaukee, 1973–1976. In the Diocese of Rockford, Sr. Connie taught at Aquin, Freeport, 1976–1981, and served as the diocesan associate youth minister while living in DeKalb, 1982–1984. In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sr. Connie taught at St. Luke, River Forest, 1984–1985. In the Diocese of Charleston, Sr. Connie taught at Cardinal Newman, Columbia, 1985–1988. In the Diocese of Birmingham, Sr. Connie ministered as pastoral associate at Holy Spirit Parish, Tuscaloosa, 1988–1991. In the Diocese of Tulsa, Sr. Connie ministered as director of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) program at Christ the King Parish, Tulsa, 1991–2010. In the Diocese of Madison, Sr. Connie lived in community at the Motherhouse, Sinsinawa, and volunteered, 2010–2015. She is currently living in community at St. Elizabeth Manor, Footville. Her home parish is St. William, Chicago, in the Chicago Archdiocese. She is the daughter of the late George and Anna (McGrath) Lennartz. Click here to send an honor online. 

Sister Catherine (Jules) Meyering, OPSister Catherine (Jules) Meyering, OP, has ministered in Illinois, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Her ministry has been dedicated to teaching. In the Archdiocese of Chicago, Sr. Catherine taught at Trinity, River Forest, 1968–2000. She is living in community at the Motherhouse, Sinsinawa. Her home parish is St. Catherine of Siena, Oak Park, in the Chicago Archdiocese. She is the daughter of the late Jules and Kathron (Doyle) Meyering. Click here to send an honor online. 

 

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