Left to right: Celebrating 50 years: Sister Janet Roddy, MFIC; Sister Alphonsina Molloy, MFIC; celebrating 60 years: Sister Camille Collini, CSJ; celebrating 50 years: Sister Julie Franchi, MFIC.  Photograph by Michael J. Johnson/Southern Cross.
Left to right: Celebrating 50 years: Sister Janet Roddy, MFIC; Sister Alphonsina Molloy, MFIC; celebrating 60 years: Sister Camille Collini, CSJ; celebrating 50 years: Sister Julie Franchi, MFIC. Photograph by Michael J. Johnson/Southern Cross.
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Religious women celebrate jubilees in Savannah

Originally Appeared in : 9723-11/9/17

Celebrating 60 years of Concentrated Life

 

Sister Camille Collini, CSJ, who is is celebrating her 60th Jubilee of reception into the Sisters of St. Joseph has served in the Diocese of Savannah for 38 years. She entered the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet in 1956 and was received in 1957. She has ministered in the dioceses of Atlanta and Austin, Texas. In the Savannah diocese she has served in Statesboro, Savannah, Augusta and Tybee Island. Most recently she served as Vicar for Religious in Savannah.

 

Celebrating 50 years Consecrated Life are three Missionary Franciscans of the Immaculate Conception (MFIC):

 

Sister Julie Franchi, MFIC, entered the Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in 1964, and made her first vows in 1967. She has ministered in the dioceses of Chicago, Boston, Brooklyn and New York. She spent time as a missionary in Bolivia. Sister Franchi has served in the diocese of Savannah for 11 years. She worked in migrant ministry in Statesboro and is now serving as the director of the Social Apostolate in Savannah.

 

Sister Alphonsina Molloy, MFIC, entered the Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in 1964, and made her first vows in 1967. She performed ministry in the dioceses of Syracuse, Brooklyn, New York and Newark. Sister Alphonsia has served in the diocese of Savannah for 15 years. First serving in Homerville, and currently in Albany where she works with Neighbors in Need.

 

Sister Janet Roddy, MFIC entered the Missionary Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in 1964, and made her first vows in 1967. She has been in ministry in the dioceses of Boston, Newark, and Philadelphia. Sister Roddy has served in the diocese of Savannah a total of 28 years. She has been an educator, educational administrator, and taught children with special needs. She is presently the director of Catholic Social Services of Augusta.

 

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