Skip to main content

Distributed for University of Scranton Press

Through the Windows

A History of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Sister Mary Jeremy Daigler, R.S.M., paints a picture of the important work in higher education carried on by the Sisters of Mercy in the United States since 1843. She traces their story through the energy and vision of their founder, Catherine their in Ireland, through thier gradual spread across the United States.

275 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2001

Religion: Christianity

University of Scranton Press image

View all books from University of Scranton Press

Table of Contents

Preface, by Dolores Liptak, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 1: The Invisibles
Profile 1: Janice Ryan, R.S.M., Ed.D.
Chapter 2: A Mosaic
Profile 2: Mary Stephanie Sloyan, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 3: The Work at Non-Mercy Campuses
Profile 3: Margaret A. Farley, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 4: The Education of the Sisters and Some Individual Accomplishments
Profile 4: Claire A. Markham, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 5: The Networks
Profile 5: Mary Josetta Butler, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 6: Merging, Closing, Relinquishing
Profile 6: M. Judith Schmelz, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 7: Noteworthy Projects and Programs
Profile 7: M. Therese Antone, R.S.M., Ed.D.
Chapter 8: Institutional Changes
Profile 8: Lucille M McKillop, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 9: Authority Issues
Profile 9: Elizabeth Carroll, R.S.M., Ph.D.
Chapter 10: Planning for the Future
Profile 10: Marylouise Fennell, R.S.M., Ed.D.
Profile 11:  Dorothy McLaughlin, R.S.M., Ed.D.

Be the first to know

Get the latest updates on new releases, special offers, and media highlights when you subscribe to our email lists!

Sign up here for updates about the Press