Why Franciscan Sisters are Grateful for Catholic College’s 75th Anniversary

by Sister Julie Ann on February 14, 2011

The 75th Anniversary of Silver Lake College of the Holy Family sponsored by Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity was celebrated on February 13, 2011 with a Sunday Eucharist.

Bishop David Ricken, Diocese of Green Bay,  presided at the late morning liturgy. Later at a school cafeteria reception, President Dr. George Arnold, PHD, College Board Chair, Sister Laura Wolf, Community Director, Sister Louise Hembrecht, Jon LaRoche, student representative and Bishop David Ricken addressed faculty, board members, students, community members and friends.

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  1. Ssharon says:

    CONGRATULATIONS to all those past, present & future who gave of themselves so whole-heartedly to contribute to those 75 GROWING & “sliding” years of challenges & successes. May the Lord & His Blessed Lady be praised! Sr. Louise, I appreciated your comment that “Silver Lake College is not an end point or a resting place” because there are many challenges to overcome that require wisdom,problem-solving, money, sweat & tears. I can remember MANY faithful & inspiring Sisters and lay people who believed in the college and worked and sacrificed endlessly. We THANK them & wish blessings on those who PRESENTLY are taking their places to further the MISSION of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity. You are in our prayers and thoughts. Sr. Sharon Paul

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