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Sister M. Lorraine (Black), CSC

75 years of consecrated life

Sister M. Lorraine (Black), CSC

Sister M. Lorraine (Black), CSC, who currently serves in the ministry of prayer, will be honored on July 16, 2017, during a jubilee celebration in the Church of Our Lady of Loretto at Saint Mary’s, Notre Dame, Ind., for her 75 years of consecrated life as a Sister of the Holy Cross.

Sister Lorraine served for 40 years in the field of elementary education, sharing her gifts as a teacher, principal and office manager. She worked in Illinois, Michigan and Indiana, and served as principal at St. Vincent de Paul School and St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School in Elkhart, Ind., and at Christ the King School, St. Joseph School, and Holy Cross School in South Bend, Ind. Sister Lorraine also taught for 11 years at St. Mary School in Woodstock, Ill. She later worked as an accountant for the Congregation’s Midwest Regional House in South Bend, and served for 23 years as administrative assistant for the CSC Consultation Center, Saint Mary’s, Ind.

Sister Lorraine was born in Morris, Ill. She graduated from Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Ind., with a Bachelor of Science degree, and earned her Master of Education from Loyola University in Chicago, Ill. Sister Lorraine made her initial profession of vows on August 15, 1942, and her perpetual profession on August 15, 1945.

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