“Treasures That Have Come Home” to Greensburg, PA

Sr. Louise Grundish

Sr. Louise Grundish, SC and some of her “Treasures That Have Come Home”.

Guest post by Sister Louise Grundish, SC, Archivist, Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, Greensburg, PA.

Sister Louise Grundish, SC, Archivist of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill opened a new exhibit on the Feast of All Saints. The exhibit entitled, “Treasures That Have Come Home” features a number of items that have recently been brought to the Seton Hill archives. Many of the items are attached to sisters who have been a part of the congregation’s rich history. Sister Dorothy Marie Quigley, who was a member of the Seton Hill College faculty for a number of years, wrote her Master’s thesis in 1960. It was recently returned from the Seton Hill University Library. Sister Dorothy Marie was very active in the establishment of safe and properly prepared day care centers for children in the State of Pennsylvania.

Blessed Mother Statue

Blessed Mother Statue


Masters thesis of Sr. Dorothy Marie QUigley from Cornell

Masters thesis of Sr. Dorothy Marie Quigley from Cornell University, 1960

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