Sister Mary Jane Floyd (Formerly Sister Mary Robert)

Sister Mary Jane was born in San Francisco to Anne Fadian from County Mayo and Robert Floyd from Warrington, England. After the sudden death of her mother when she was five, her father remarried, and later Mary Jane gained a new baby brother, Robert, Jr. Despite the...

Sister Darlene Terry (Formerly Sister Maureen)

In 1941, while the Second World War was taking its toll on European soil, William and Dorothy Terry welcomed their first child, Darlene, who was eventually to become Darlene Terry, PBVM. Alan, their second child, was born 11 years later. Montebello, California was...

Sister Judith Romero (Formerly Sister Mary Brian)

Sister Judy Romero and her twin brother, Patrick, were born in Los Angeles in 1945. Siblings John and Mary Lou, rounded out the Romero family. Presentation Sisters at Our Lady of Loretto Elementary and High Schools gave Judy her early education and became instrumental...

Sister Ann Therese Lynch

“If you have love for one another, then everyone will know that you are my disciples.” (John 13:35) Sister Ann Therese was born Noreen Lynch in San Francisco, the older daughter of Vincent and Ann Teresa (Corsiglia). She and her younger sister, Lorraine (Lorrie), were...

Sister Gemma Wilson

“Love one another as you have hitherto done!” – Nano Nagle As Sister Gemma looks over her life, she is grateful to God for being at her side and helping her over the bumps in the road. The bridge was always a shining symbol in her life. She was born the day the...

Sister Stephanie Still

“Love one another as you have hitherto done.” -Nano Nagle   Sister Stephanie was born in 1952, in Oroville, California. Her family had moved from the San Francisco Bay Area so that her father could pursue his journalistic dream of working for a small newspaper....