Franciscan Sister Supports NaPro Surgical Fellows Graduates

by Sister Julie Ann on September 27, 2016

Franciscan Sister Renee Mirkes shares her pride in the recent John Paul II Surgical Fellowship graduates.

In the last months,  the ninth graduation ceremony for fellows who graduate from the John Paul II Surgical Fellowship was held at the Pope Paul VI Institute.

franciscan-sister-reneeThis year’s three wonderful OB/Gyn fellow-graduates are pictured here from left to right: Dr. Melissa Taavola who will be setting up a NaPro Surgical practice in Green Bay, Wisconsin; Dr. Alexis Simon who will be practicing NaPro surgery in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; and Dr. Kathleen McGlynn who will be joining a former NaPro Surgeon graduate in Covington, Louisiana.

I usually tell every Fellows class that they are my favorite, but this year I really, really mean it. They are just top-drawer in every sense of that category and it’s been my privilege to conduct the ethics seminar portion of their Fellowship program.

 

3 thoughts on “Franciscan Sister Supports NaPro Surgical Fellows Graduates”

  1. Sr. Renee, CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATES of Na Pro Surgery & am thrilled they are having or joining practices in Green Bay, WI, Winston-Salem, N.C. & Covington, LA. May you continue to spread & help your patients support LIFE! You are right in line with Pope Paul VI’s Encyclical. A prayer for each of you!

  2. annemarielom says:

    Thank you for this posting. It is good to know so much is being done in this ministry!

  3. Sister Angela Paul says:

    Congratulations to all the graduates of NAPRO SURGICAL. I am always interested in following the new about your institution. I am grateful for all that you do. Blessings to you also Sister Renee!

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