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Ordinarily when one of the sisters leaves Dominican to live out her days at the motherhouse, people gather in a parking lot to sing a farewell song.
Celebrating a centennial Alfons Gallery and the St. Joseph Center are part of the motherhouse of the School Sisters of Saint Francis.
The sounds from the bell tower resonate through the motherhouse of the Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist.
The Catholic Review, also a weekly, said that Sister Cathy’s requiem Mass was held at her order’s motherhouse at Charles Street and Bellona Avenue.
Sister Mary Alice Chineworth, a former superior of the Oblate Sisters of Providence who helped secure philanthropic gifts to the order's schools, died of multiple organ failure June 21 at the Oblate Sisters' Baltimore County motherhouse.
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