(On her Diamond Jubilee as a nun in Denver Colorado, Mothe...)
On her Diamond Jubilee as a nun in Denver Colorado, Mother Ignatius reflects with poetry on God and her life. She served over 2000 girls at the Queen of Heaven Orphanage in Denver, CO from from 1954-67
Bachelor of Science, Regis College. Master of Education, Loyola University, New Orleans. Master Religious Education, Seattle University.
Postgraduate, University Denver, 1969.
Various housemother/missionary assignments Orphanage, West Park, New York, 1942-1944. Teacher St. Donato's School, Philadelphia, 1944-1948, local school, Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1948-1952, Cabrini High School, New York City, 1952-1954. Principal school/orphanage, Denver, 1954-1965.
Coordinator religious programs All Souls Church, Englewood, Colorado, 1968-1971, director home instructor for adults, 1971-1972, director adult education, from 1972. Director religious education Assumption, Welby, Colorado, 1973-1977, Holy Cross, Thornton, Colorado, 1971-1973. Instructor religion various missions, since 1968.
Member International Biblical Association, Religious Education Association United States, Religious Education Association Canada, National League American Pen Women, Kappa Delta Pi.