St. Angela’s Academy Alumnae
Let Your Light Shine!

Ash Wednesday is a Christian day of prayer and fasting. It is preceded by Shrove Tuesday and falls on the first day of Lent, the six weeks before Easter. Ash Wednesday is traditionally observed by Christians: Catholics, Anglicans, Lutherans, Methodists, United, and many many others.

Create in me a clean heart, O God, and put a new and right spirit within me. Psalm 51:10

What is something I’ve been seeing as a negative in my life that I should re-examine?
How can we help each other to take courage during these difficult circumstances with this pandemic - Covid-19 and what may still come?

Basically, we pray.
Create in me a clean heart, O God, and put a new and right spirit within me. Psalm 51:10

Mel Mitzel, RIP, husband of Sally Rajchyba

(Mel Mitzel, RIP, husband of Sally Rajchyba (SAA: 1973-74 and 1974-75) died peacefully February 4, 2021, age 64, after almost three year battle with Glioblastoma. He passed peacefully at his home in Oakville, ON, surrounded by his family: best friend and loving husband to Sally for 39 years and wonderful father to Michael (Shauna), RaeAnn, Amie (Mark) and Erin (Brandon) and adoring grandfather to Owen and Addison. He is survived by his mother, Anne Mitzel, brothers Norman, Mavis, Richard, and Cliff. He will be lovingly remembered by the Rajchyba and Mitzel families, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives. He worked for 40 years with the Hudson’s Bay company and was remembered fondly as a kind leader of the senior executive team. Our sympathy to Sally and family, and to the Mitzel and Rajchyba families. May Mel rest in peace.


Feast of Christ the King
In the earlier years all the girls were enrolment as Crusaders of Christ the King. The commitment ceremony included receiving a sash over the shoulder which was worn at every mass.

Advent at St. Angela’s
Activities and programs changed over the years from the beginning 1920’s to our last Advent in 2006. Remember some events over these years?

• The Singing Christmas Tree for the Christmas program
• Choosing prayer partners with the Sisters for Advent
• Having “John the Baptist” running into the Auditorium crying, “Repent….”
• The reading the “Fuzzy Story.” Tradition was begun by S. Helen Rolheiser, I believe.
• Going to sing and entertain at the Leader Senior Citizens Home
• Going carolling to all the homes in Prelate
• The Christmas banquet when Advent partners were revealed and gifts shared.
• Naturally, Santa always arrived.

You each will have memories of your own of advent and the days leading up to going home for Christmas holidays. A book could be written!

Now in 2020-2021 everyone is struggling with the Pandemic with this Covid-19. It has and is changing our lives and most will be missing the joys of family and friends being together. In addition to following all the rules set out by the Health Authorities in each province to prevent the spread, we must keep praying that God will answer our prayers.
We pray for anyone who has had the virus and is recovering and for anyone who has lost someone.

In addition, let us remember to pray for any of our alumnae girls and their families who are sick or suffering in any anyway.

God of power and mercy open our hearts in welcome. Remove the things that hinder us from receiving Christ with joy so that we may share his wisdom and become one with him when he comes in glory, for he lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.

Loving Father, help us remember the birth of Jesus, that we may share in the song of the angels, the gladness of the shepherds, and the worship of the wise men.

November 1 is "All Saints" day and November 2 is "All Souls Day".
Let us remember all our loving and kind family members and friends who have gone to eternity and are part of heavenly host.
They will always be part of our lives and hearts.

Prayers for “Our SAA Girls” Who have Lost Loved Ones

Over many years St. Angela’s Convent- Academy have had many of our girls who have suffered through the death of husbands, children, parents, etc. We generally didn’t know about them or published them except when we had the Academy newsletter. However, I am putting the following three deaths onto my Facebook because they were within such a short time, and two of them were the children of our girls and one the husband.
I know those who went to the Academy with these girls will remember them in your prayers.

1. Larry Goldade, RIP, husband of Jane Andreas (SAA: 1964 - Grad 1968, plus 1969 Music studies), passed away October 3 after a two month struggle with cancer. Our sympathy to Jane, their two children Aaron and Jill and three grandchildren.

2. Chris Helman, RIP. age 38, son of Brenda (Martin) Helman (SAA: 1973-77, 9-12) and Fred Helman, passed away suddenly Thanksgiving Weekend. Our sympathy to his wife Rhonda, their three small children, Brooklyn (8), Wyatt (5) and Jake (2); Brenda, Fred, and all the Helman family.

3. Katrina (Wagner Owens) Morrell, RIP. age 38, wife of John Morrell, and daughter of Dolores Wagner Owens (SAA:1962 - Grad 1966) and Tom Owens, passed away suddenly at home on October 13. They have three children: Faith (University) Kelly and Justice. Our sympathy to John and children and Dolores and Tom.
Dolores is sister to our Sister Alice Wagner.

As we approach the month of November, we recall that November is the time the church remembers all those who have died and we pray in a special way.

For centuries November is traditionally the month in which the Church remembers the dead, and in a special way we are invited to remember our family and friends who have died, especially those who have passed in the previous year.

In the Christian liturgical calendar, November is entirely devoted to the Deceased. Most celebrations occur at the beginning of the month. November 1st is All Saints’ day, a tribute to all the saints, including our loved ones. November 2nd is All Soul’s Day where we are encouraged to pray for all who have died that they have received their eternal reward

Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace.


Despite the trials and sufferings especially during this Covid-19, let us give thanks for the many blessings we still have.

• "Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever." 1 Chronicles 16:34

• "Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful." Colossians 4:2

• "I always thank my God for you because of his grace given you in Christ Jesus."
  • "Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
• “It is good to praise the Lord and make music to your name, O Most High, proclaiming your love in the morning and your faithfulness at night, to the music of the ten-stringed lyre and the melody of the harp.” Psalm 92:1-3

Historical Note:
• We've celebrated Thanksgiving in Canada for 140 years, starting in November 6, 1879.
• Prior to 1957, Canada celebrated Thanksgiving on the third Monday of October. It officially moved to the second Monday of October via an announcement on January 31, 1957 by the Governor General of Canada.

September 28, 2020

What has happened these months? From March to now we have this Covid -19 and how life has changed. Changes in visiting, isolating, working, losing jobs, and on and on. We need to pray not only for all our loved ones but indeed for everyone that this virus will disappear.
I decided to do something that many of you may remember: I have listed some of the saints. They can also be our intercessors.
October, Month of the Rosary
Holy Guardian Angels -------October 2
St. Therese of Lisieux-------October 3 "the Little Flower."
St. Francis of Assisi-------October 4
Pope St. Callistus, Martyr-------October 14
St. Teresa of Avila-------October 15
St. Luke, Evangelist-------October 18
St. Ursula and Companions, Martyrs-------October 21
(Patroness of the Ursuline Sisters)
St. Raphael the Archangel-------October 24
St. Isidore the Farmer-------October 25
Sts. Simon and Jude, Apostles-------October 28
Vigil of All Saints-------October 31
NOVEMBER, Month of Remembering the Dead
All Saints -------November 1
Holy Souls in Purgatory -------November 2
Sts. Zachary and Elizabeth-------November 5
St. Albert the Great-------November 15
St. Gertrude the Great-------November 16
St. Cecilia, Martyr-------November 22
St. John of the Cross-------November 24
St. Catherine of Alexandria, Martyr-------November 25
St. Andrew, Apostle-------November 30
December, Month of the Immaculate Conception
St. Francis Xavier-------December 3
St. Barbara, Martyr-------December 4
St. Ambrose-------December 7
St. Juan Diego-------December 9
St. Lucy, Martyr-------December 13
St. Thomas, Apostle-------December 21
St. Stephen, First Martyr-------December 26
St. John the Evangelist, Apostle-------December 27
The Holy Innocents -------December 28
St. Thomas Becket, Martyr-------December 29

August 14, 2020

Happy August 15, Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady

For us Ursulines of Prelate, this day has special significance as most of us made our Vows on this day. We rejoice and are grateful to God and to Our Lady for the blessings.

Sister Dolores Schneider who was Dean of the girls at the Academy for over twenty years ,will be celebrating her 75th anniversary of her vows. Regretfully because of Covid 19 we will not be able to have a great celebration as we would normally, but there will be a prayer service here at St. Angela Merici and it will be connected to our Sisters not here via Zoom.

Covid 19: We need to continue to pray that somehow the virus will disappear so our children can go to school safely, and all adults will keep well.

God bless us all.
Sister Rose

Academy Girls RIP
RIP: Winnie Metz passed away July 16. Winnie and her sister Hildegard Metz attended the Academy for grade 11 in 1946-47. Our sympathy to all Winnie’s loved ones. May she rest in peace.

RIP: Jo (Adeline Weber/Volk) Palanuk passed away July 17. She attended the academy for grade 10 and 11 in 1951-52 and 1952-53. Her sisters Martha attended for grade 10 in 1953-54 and Emma attended for grade 10, 11, and 12, 1951-1954. Emma has also passed away earlier. Our sympathy to all Jo’s loved ones. May Jo (Adeline) rest in peace.

Sister Elizabeth (Liz) Elder.. Obituary

Sister Elizabeth Anna Elder, osu Prelate, was invited into the Kingdom of her God at St. Angela Merici Residence, on July 5, 2020 at the age of 85 years. Daughter of Joseph and Anna (Gerein) Elder, Elizabeth was born on November 27, 1934, second daughter among a family of eight girls and three boys. Life on the farm near Revenue presented long days of hard work, with many of the chores tended to by the girls who were oldest. Time to play and enjoy one another's company was a built in, especially on Sundays.

In September, 1951, Elizabeth was off to St. Angela's Academy for grade eleven. She entered the Postulate, the first step in becoming a Sister, in January, 1952, and in August, 1952 became a novice as Sister Mary Christine. Sister Christine officially began her life of ministry within the community as a homemaker in 1954, cooking, cleaning, laundry, including the starching of linens and collars, which proved to be a major challenge. Prelate, Fox Valley, Saskatoon, and Shaunavon were among her first missions. Cosine and Goodsoil were her next areas of service until in 1968-69 she was back in Saskatoon where she helped with driving, shopping, and whatever needed to be done. She attended University and received her teaching certificate and taught in Melville, Tramping Lake, Goodsoil, Swift Current and to Dawson Creek with the Frontier Apostolate.

In 1989 she went to Prelate and organized the pottery shop and taught pottery to the Academy girls for four years. In September 1980 she joined the Credo program in Spokane, Washington. Built into this program was the enriching experience of visiting the Holy Land, Greece and Rome. Then in 1986 - 87 Sr. Liz spent several months studying Theology and Scripture with the Redemptorist Fathers at Hawkstone Hall, Shrewsbury, England. In 2003 she joined several other Ursulines on a pilgrimage to Brescia, Italy, walking in the footsteps of St. Angela, our Foundress. In 1994 Sister returned to Saskatoon and engaged in many volunteer activities, especially at the cancer clinic for eleven years. In 2006 she was among 25 Ursuline pilgrims who visited Ursuline sites in Quebec.
Her rich and fulfilling life was rudely interrupted by a cancer diagnosis, which she battled valiantly and courageously.

Liz loved life among which was fishing, skating, playing the clarinet and harmonica, painting, driving, skiing, curling, playing ball, horseback riding, and pottery. Many of these activities were self-taught.

Sr. Liz is dearly missed by the Ursuline Sisters and her family. Eternal Rest grant unto her O Lord. May she rest in peace.

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Yvonne Sehn, RIP

Our sympathy to Sister Dianne Sehn, osu, on the sudden death of her sister, Yvonne, with cardiac arrest, on Thursday, May 28. Yvonne was 70 years old.

Our deepest sympathy to Yvonne's family in St. Catherine's, Ontario, to our Sister Dianne, and her other two surviving sisters, Lucille and Joanne.

You may recall last fall their brother Gary Sehn and his wife Rita were killed in a car accident near Calgary.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Sister Dianne, and the rest of the family.
May Yvonne rest in peace.

My Soul Still Dances: Living with Parkinson’s

By Sister Adelaide Fortowsky, OSU

“Please, God, help the Parkinson’s people to keep faith and go on. I accept, Lord. Give me the strength to go on.”
In her most difficult times Sister continued to focus on “little acts of magic” to bring joy to others. She noted that the disease diminishes all that you are, but it can’t rob you of who you are. I still have a number of books so if anyone is interested, please contact below: Price: $19.95 each. includes shipping Makes cheques payable to: Ursulines of St. Angela’s Convent Mail to: Sister Rosetta Reiniger 125 Cree Crescent Saskatoon, SK S7K 7J1



Happy Mothers' day to all mothers, living and those who have gone to heaven.
And to all you mothers - alumnae, friends, families, staff-- many blessings to each of you. And perhaps we can send a mother's day hug to you.
Love and prayers to all mothers. You are special.

Let us pray:
Let us simply continue to ask God and Mary, Our Lady, that this Covid-19 virus will disappear. May you and all your loved ones remain healthy.
God bless you all.

Sister Emily Hittel, osu R.I.P.

We sadly announce that Sister Emily Hittel, osu was welcomed into eternal life by her loving God at Samaritan Place, Saskatoon on April 16, 2020 at the age of 90 years.
The daughter of John and Gertrude (Volk) Hittel, Emily was born in Leader, SK on December 25, 1929. Emily enjoyed her childhood life on the farm in the Liebenthal area, along with her five sisters and five brothers. In 1945, at the age of sixteen, she left home for St. Angela's Academy. There she began her formation for religious life, professing her Perpetual Vows on August 15, 1951, while also completing her high school classes and studying music, piano practical as well as the theoretical subjects. For about twenty-five years she devoted her time and energy to classroom music, both choral and glee club, choirs, private piano lessons, theoretical subjects, organist and accompanist in Liebenthal, Tramping Lake, Primate, Billimun, Denzil, Revenue, Quinton, Viscount, Goodsoil, and Prelate. In 1976 Emily experienced a desire to pursue further studies, enrolling in the Bachelor of Education degree program at the University of Regina. Following her graduation in Regina in 1980, she became a pastoral assistant at Sacred Heart and St. Michael's Parishes in Swift Current. She further studied at the University of San Francisco and at the University of California in Berkeley. She made a 30 day retreat, and in 2003 joined a group of Ursulines for an Angela Pilgrimage in Italy and France. From 1987 to 2005 she was Pastoral Administrator at Estevan, St. Walburg, Gull Lake/ Tompkins, interrupted by her sabbatical. In 2006 she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. She was in care at St. Angela Merici Residence, Trinity Manor, and Samaritan Place under the watchful guardianship of Sister Louisa Brost. Due to this virus, a Funeral Mass will be held at a later date


Agnes Gerein R.I.P.
SAA student, Rita Gerein (Kathleen)'s mother, Agnes Gerein, passed away March 28.
Our Sympathy to Rita and all the family. Rita attended St. Angela's
in 1965-66 and1966- 1967. Our prayers are with you, Rita.

Sister Lorraine Klein R.I.P.
We sadly announce that Sister Lorraine Klein was welcomed into eternal life by a loving God on April 8, 2020 at St Angela Merici Residence at the age of 90 years. 
Anna Mary was born at Grosswerder, SK the second of twelve children. Times were poor, children went to school and everyone worked at outdoor and household chores. In 1943 school days ended for Anna Mary as she was needed at home. In 1944 the family moved to Thorsby, Alberta. Her mother often spoke about the Sisters she knew and she prayed and encouraged her daughter. In 1946 Anna Mary came to Prelate and started the school year. However she was soon asked to assist in the kitchen and supervise the activities of the boarders. On December 8, 1946, along with seven companions, she joined the Community as postulants. She professed temporary vows as Sister Lorraine and made final profession on August 15, 1952.
In the following years she did domestic duties in Denzil, Barthel, Goodsoil, Viscount, Tramping Lake, Fox Valley, Mendham, Liebenthal, Prelate and Yorkton. At Yorkton she began her ministries in Parish, community, teaching catechism, and reaching out where there was a need. She became an Occupational therapist attendant, then to Edmonton as volunteer coordinator, then Recreation Therapy Attendant. In 1996-97 she took at nine month renewal sabbatical. Sister Lorraine came to Saskatoon to assist our senior Sisters and to continue her Companion Care Services at Trinity Manor and with others. Due to her failing health she moved to St. Angela Merici Residence and died peacefully with her Sisters visiting and praying.
Due to this virus, a Funeral Mass will be held at a later date.

Sister Lorraine Klein

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Easter 2020

Young or old, we will all remember Easter 2020. Confined to homes, unable to take part in our churches, unable to visit family and friends. Life is different.
However, we still celebrate the fact that CHRIST HAS RISEN; HE HAS RISEN INDEED.
This will be a good opportunity to read the Bible, especially the Gospel accounts of the death and resurrection of Jesus. We need to know that Jesus is with us during this time of
coronavirus or Covid -19.
Let us pray for the health and well being of all our loved ones, our friends, our neighbors, our Alumnae, and indeed for everyone. We pray that somehow the virus will disappear.
A blessed Easter to all on behalf of all the Ursuline Sisters.

Agnes Gerein passed away in March. She is the mother of Rita Gerein (Kathleen) who attended St. Angela’s Academy in 1967 – 1969. Our sympathy to Rita and the rest of the family.

Josephine (Kambeitz) Stodalka,RIP
At age 87 years, Josephine was called into eternal life on Feb. 18, 2020, at Mount Sinai Hospital, Miami, Florida following a brief illness.
Josephine was born on the farm near Richmound, went to a country school, Krupp, until family moved to Richmound where she completed school except she attended SAA in 1948-49 for Grade 11. She went to Teacher’s College, taught for four years and married Bill Stodalka. They moved to Richmound and together they raised five children. Josephine taught Home Ec., directed school choirs, was involved in numerous family, church and community activities.
She is survived by her husband, Bill; their children Tim, John, Murray, and Cathy, 13 grandchildren 5 great grandchildren; also survived by her sisters, Rosemarie/Sister Teresita (SAA 1953-54), Carol (SAA 1957-58), Dolores (SAA 1959- grad 1961), and Audrey; brothers George, Jerry, Peter. She was predeceased by infant daughter, Susan, son, Paul, brother Ben brother-in-law Don and by her parents Frank and Theresa Kambeitz.
Our prayers and sympathy to all.

“Lent is a gift to bring us closer to God.”



Lent is more than a time of fasting. It can also be a joyous season of feasting. Lent is a time to fast from certain things, and to feast on others.
Fast from judging other
Feast on the Christ dwelling in them.
Fast from emphasis on differences
Feast on the unity of life
Fast from apparent darkness
Feast on the reality of light
Fast from thoughts of illness
Feast on the healing power of God
Fast from words that pollute
Feast on words that purify
Fast from discontent
Feast on gratitude.
Fast from anger
Feast on patience
Fast from pessimism
Feast on optimism
Fast from worry
Feast on Divine Providence.
Fast from complaining
Feast on appreciation
Fast from negatives
Feast on affirmatives
Fast from unrelenting pleasures
Feast on unceasing prayer.
Fast from hostility
Feast on peace
Fast from bitterness
Feast on forgiveness
Fast from self-concern
Feast on compassion for others.
Fast from personal anxiety
Feast on trust
Fast from discouragement
Feast on hope
Fast from acts that tear down
Feast on acts that build up.
Fast from thoughts that weaken
Feast on promises that inspire
Fast from idle gossip
Feast on purposeful silence
Fast from problems which overwhelm
Feast on prayer that uplifts
Scarboro Missions 1999
May we all strive to have a fruitful and prayerful Lent followed by a glorious Easter.
A happy Easter to all “our girls’, staffs, parents, families, friends. Simply, God bless everyone who reads this page.

Isaiah 14: Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: The virgin will conceive and give birth to a son, and will call him Immanuel.
May you all have a Merry Christmas and a blessed 2020. I send these wishes on behalf of all the Ursuline Sisters, to "all our girls", parents, employees, friends, and all other loved ones.

Some of you may remember reading some poems and writings by Robert Louis Stevenson such as "Treasure Island" or "The Land of Nod". I found this prayer that he wrote and I thought I would share it because it seems to say the things that our world needs.
Loving Father, help us remember the birth of Jesus, that we may share in the song of the angels, the gladness of the shepherds, and worship of the wise men. Close the door of hate and open the door of love all over the world. Let kindness come with every gift and good desires with every greeting. Deliver us from evil by the blessing which Christ brings, and teach us to be merry with clear hearts. May the Christmas morning make us happy to be your children, and Christmas evening bring us to our beds with grateful thoughts, forgiving and forgiven, for Jesus' sake. Amen.
–Robert Louis Stevenson

A celebration of thanksgiving took place on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the Cathedral of the Holy Family.

Rejoice! One Hundred Years of Blessings
Ursulines of Prelate 100th Jubilee. 1919 – 2019

We had a beautiful celebration with a memorable Eucharist, lunch, program and visiting. We thank God, and all our friends, relatives, alumnae and all who came to share the glories of the day.
The Saskatoon Diocese had a write up and many photos of the day. See below.

This picture had three of us missing.
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After the Mass, visiting, and program, the day ended with the Sisters being called to the front and we sang our hymn “Hail St. Angela”.

After our beautiful 100th celebration on June 1, 2019, other memories, specifically related to St. Angela’s Academy came to mind.

And in going through some old documents on the computer I came across various locations where all our girls came from over the years.
Here is the list I had on this Alumnae webpage in 2007.

Because we wished to maintain a close family and community atmosphere, we took a maximum of 70 -80 girls over the years. These girls came from many places.
Countries: United States, Philippines, Mexico, Hong Kong, Germany, Denmark, England, Iran, Bahamas. The greatest number from foreign countries came from Mexico and Hong Kong.
We had students from the following States: Washington, Maryland, North Dakota
From Canada we had studentss from Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nova Scotia,Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, North West Territories,Yukon, Nunavut.  Saskatchewan had the greatest number followed by Alberta.
The following is a listing of all the towns and cities that are in our computer records. If any location is not listed, please contact us.

Abbey, Aberdeen, Acadia Valley, Admiral, Airdrie, Allan, Alsask, Annaheim, Anzac, Ardmore , Ardrossan, Asquith,Assiniboia, Baguio, Philippines, Bahamas, Balcarres, Balgonie, Banff, Barthel, Battleford, Battrum SK, Beaumont, Beechy, Benson, Bentley, Big River, Biggar,Billimun, Black Diamond, Blairmore, Bodo , Bonanza , Bonnyville, Bow Island, Bowden , Bragg Creek, Brandon, Briercrest, Broadacres, Brooks, Brownlee, Bruderheim,Bruno, Burnaby, Burstall, Cabri, Cactus Lake, Cadilac, Calgary, Calmar, Campbell River, Camrose, Cando, Carberry, Cardston, Carlyle, Carrot River,Carvel , Castor, Champion, Chaplin, Chestermere, Claresholm, Climax, Coahuila, Coaldale, Cochin, Cochrane, Cold Lake, Coleville, Colville Lake, Comox,Compeer, Consort, Consul, Coquitlam, Coronach, Coronation, Coutts, Cranbrook, Creighton, Creston, Cudworth, Cupar, Cut Knife, Davidson, Dawson Creek, ,Daysland, Debert, NS, Delbourne , Delisle, Denholm, Denmark, Denzil, Detroit, Mich., Dewinton, Didsbury, Dodsland, Dollard, Dorintosh, Draydon Valley, Drumheller,Eaglesham , Eatonia, Edam, Edgerton, Edmonton, Elfros, Elk Point, Elkford, Elkwater , Elrose, Empress, Enchant, Estevan, Eston, Evansburg,Ferland, Fernie, Fiske, Flin Flon, Foam Lake, Fork River, Fort Smith, Fox Valley, Francis, Ft. Frances, ON, Ft. Macleod, Ft. McMurray, Ft. Qu'Appelle, Ft. Saskatchewan, Ft. Smith,Ft. St. James, Ft. St. John, Ft. Vermilion, Galiano Island, Gimli, Glaslyn, Gleichen , Glenevis, Glidden, Golden, Goodsoil, Grand Cache, Grand Prairie, Grasswood, Gravelbourg,Greenwood, , Grenfell, Grimshaw , Gull Lake, Handel, Hanna, Hardisty, Harris, Hay River, Hayter , Hazenmore, Hazlet, Heisler, High Level, High Prairie,High River, Hinton, Hobbema, Hodgeville, Hong Kong, Humboldt, Innisfail, Inuvik, Irvine, Isham, Kamloops, Kelowna, Kelsey, Kemano, Kerrobert,Kimberley, Kincaid, Kindersley, Kingston, Kitimat, Kowloon, Kyle, Lac La Biche, Lacombe, Lafelche, Lancer, Landis, Langdon, Langenburg, Langham,Laporte, Lazo, Leader, Leaf Rapids, Leask, Leduc, Leipzig, Lemsford, Lestock, Lethbridge, Liebental, Limerick, Linacre, Lintlaw, Lloydminster,London N14 4PF, Loon Lake, Luseland, Macklin, Major, Mankota, Manning, Maple Creek, Maple Ridge, Marengo, Marsden, Martensville, Masefield, Maymont, Mazenod,McCord, McLennan, Meadow Lake, Med. Hat, Melfort, Melville, Mendham, Mexico, Meyronne, Middle Lake, Minot, Montmartre, Moose Jaw, Mossbank, Muenster,N. Battleford, N. Burnaby, N. Vancouver,Neepawa, MB, Netherhill, Neville, New Denver, , Nipawin, Norman Wells, North Star, Oakville, Okotoks, Oxon Hills, MD, Oyen, Paddockwood,Paradise Hill, Peace River, Pelly, Pelly Crossing, Penhold, Pense, Perdue, Phippen, Pierceland, Pincher Creek, Ponoka, Ponteix, Praya Kennedy Town, HongK , Prelate, Primate,Prince Albert, Prince George, Princeton, Princeton, Provost, Qualicum, Qu'appelle, Quill Lake, Quinton, Radville, Rankin Inlet, Raymore, Red Deer, Redcliff, Regina,Revenue, Reward, Richmond, Rimbey , Riverhurst, Riverton, Rochester, Rockglen, Rocky Mt.House, Rockyford , Rolling Hills, Rose Valley , Rosental, Rosetown, Rossland,Round Hill, Salt Springs, Salvador, San Luis Potosi, Saskatoon, Sceptre, Schuler, Scott, Scout Lake, Sechelt, Sedgwick , Shamrock, Shaunavan, Shell Lake, Shellbrook,Sherwood Park, Slave Lake, Smiley, Souris, Speers, Spirit River, Spiritwood, Spokane, Spruce Grove, St. Albert, St. Benedict, St. Bernard, PQ, St. Brieux, St. Gregor, St. Johns,St. Lina, St. Victor, St. Walburg, Stand Off, Stenbach, MB, Stockholm, Stony Plain, Strathmore , Strome, Sutherland, Swift Current, Sylvan Lake, , Taber, Tangleflags, Tehran/Iran,Terrace, The Pas, Thorsby, Three Hills, Tihuatlan, Ver, Tompkins, Toronto, Tramping Lake, Trochu, Tuxpam,Veracruz, Two Hills, Unity, Val Marie, Valleyview, Vancouver,Vanscoy, Vauxhall, Vegreville, Veracruz , Vermilion, Vernon, Victoria, Viscount, W. Germany, Wainwright, Warman, Warner , Watrous, Watson, West Germany,West Vancouver, Westbank, Wetaskiwin, Weyburn, White City, White Rock, Whitecourt, Whitehorse, Wilcox, Wilkie, Winnipeg, Wiseton, Wishart, Wolseley, Wymark,Wynyard, Yellowknife, Yorkton, Zealandia, Zenon Park, 

The Top Ten: Highest number of student years belong to the following in order: Prelate, Calgary; Saskatoon; Edmonton; Fox Valley; Ft. McMurray; Leader; Primate; Mendham; Medicine Hat.

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Sister Imelda Burgart, RIP
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We sadly announce the passing of our Sister Imelda Burgart. She died peacefully on Tuesday, May 15, at home here at St. Angela Merici Residence. We celebrated her 99th birthday on May 6 but she had been ailing for sometime.
She entered the Novitiate in 1935, made her final vows and she along with Sister Louise Ihringer celebrated their 75
th Jubilee in 2012. Sister Imelda taught in schools in a number of locations and at the Academy the girls will remember her teaching art. Sister was a noted artist doing portraits, scenery and some of the large wall pictures at the Academy. In 1965, the Saskatchewan Jubilee Year, she designed the Jubilee Flag. In 1972 she went as a missionary to Africa for almost 20 years working in Swaziland and later Zimbabwe. After leaving St. Angela’s Academy, she came to St. Angela Merici Residence where she continued in art and card making. She was very prayerful and these times were very important. Almost to the end she was able to pray the complete rosary with Sister Alice.
May Sister Imelda rest in peace.

Sower & Seed Jesus
This was one of her paintings and was at the front door of St. Angela’s Convent / Academy until it closed
and we now have it here at St. Angela Merici Residence.

RIP: Marylou (Riffel) Clauson
With heavy hearts we announce the death of another of "our girls", Marylou (Riffel) Clauson, April 20, 2018 at age 61. Marylou attended St. Angela's Academy from 1971, grade 9 to graduating in grade 12 in 1975. Our prayers and sympathy to her husband, children, grandchildren, and other relatives. May she rest in peace.

Easter Blessings 2018
To all "our Girls"- Alumnae, Staffs, Families, and Friends:
From Scripture we read about Mary Magdalene and the other Mary going to the tomb and the angel told them Jesus was risen as he said. Then Jesus met them on their way and said to them, “"Do not be afraid. Go tell my brothers to go to Galilee, and there they will see me." Matthew 28:1-20
Galilee was where the disciples met Jesus, walked with Him, were excited with His teaching and miracles. They came to know him more deeply and to love Him. Perhaps we too can think of "our Galilees" where we have met Jesus, have come to love Him and want to follow Him. Perhaps for some of “our girls” St. Angela’s Academy / Convent and the lovely chapel may have been “your Galilee”. Or our Galilee might be times when we were with loved ones - family or friends. Our Galilee might be those special occasions where we grew closer, developed happy memories, or sometimes experienced sorrow. As we spend Holy Week and indeed the entire Easter Season, may we find that peace and joy that the Risen Jesus brings and find "our Galilee".. On behalf of all the Ursuline Sisters, blessings and peace this Easter and always

Sister Leona Leibel, R.I.P.
We sadly announce the passing of another one of our Sisters. Sister Leona Leibel passed away peacefully on November 22, 2017, at St. Angela Merici Residence at the age of 99.
Sister was ailing for sometime and bedridden for several weeks.
Sister Leona was a teacher and taught in several centres. Those who were at the Academy in the 1960’s will remember her as the Phys Ed teacher and very much involved with the new gym in directing and supervising the gymnastics program. She also served in the library these later years and did tutoring with some of the girls Sister Leona was involved in Ursuline leadership being the novice directress for several years.
Prayers will be Sunday, November 26, and the funeral Mass will be Monday, November 27 at 10 PM. Burial will take place at the Prelate cemetery later that afternoon.
She was a prayerful and pleasant person. May Sister Leona rest in peace.


September 15, 2017 RIP
With heavy hearts we announce the death of Catherine "Cathy" Kloppenburg. After a valiant battle with cancer family and friends have to say good-bye to her all too soon. Cathy was born Thursday, December 7, 1978 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to Richard "Rick" & Margaret Kloppenburg. In the morning hours of Friday, September 15, 2017 Cathy's physical suffering ended at 38 years of age.
Our sympathy to her parents, brother, other family, and all her friends.
I also ask for prayers for her father who is also seriously ill.
Cathy Kloppenburg was a student at SAA from 1993-94 and graduated in 1996. When at the Academy she prepared many notes for Sister Adelaide to use for her sunshines. Sister responded with a thank you that Cathy still had when visiting in spring of 2016. Sister Adelaide's thank you exemplifies Cathy. Sister wrote on March 8, 1994 “Oh, Cathy, your are precious. Thank you for your graciousness. You do such lovely things. And – oh thank God for you. My heart is simply dancing. You make the world a better place. And my spirit- ah- it sings by the memorable things you do.
Sister Adelaide, Allelu.”(From page 170 of “My Soul Still Dances: Living With Parkinsons.”

September 3, 2017

My Soul Still Dances:Living with Parkinson’s
by Sister Adelaide Fortowsky, o.s.u.

Sister Adelaide had Parkinson's for many years and for many of those years kept a diary of the effects of the disease. She hoped that by sharing her pain and suffering, yet still reaching out to give joy to others, it would help people understand the disease, especially families and caregivers. Please see information and details below about the book. For those who knew her, you will find her story interesting and hopefully inspiring..

June 22, 2017RIP
Rhonda (Pankiu) Roadhouse, originally from Unity, attended St. Angela’s Academy for grade 0 in 1971-72. Rhonda passed away June 18 at age 61. Our sympathy to her husband and three children.

To all "our Girls", Staffs, Families, and Friends:
Blessings and peace this Easter.

From Scripture we read about Mary Magdalene and the other Mary going to the tomb and the angel told them Jesus was risen as he said. Then Jesus met them on their way and said to them, “"Do not be afraid. Go tell my brothers to go to Galilee, and there they will see me." Matthew 28:1-20

Our Galilee Thoughts Galilee is where the disciples met Jesus, walked with Him, were excited with His teaching and miracles. They came to know him more deeply and to love Him. Perhaps we too can think of "our Galilees" where we have met Jesus, have come to love Him and want to follow Him.
Or our Galilee might be times when we were with loved ones - family or friends. Our Galilee might be those special occasions where we grew closer, developed happy memories, or sometimes experienced sorrow.
As we spend Holy Week and indeed the entire Easter Season, may we all find that peace and joy that the Risen Jesus brings.
On behalf of all the Ursuline Sisters, a very blessed Easter..

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Our Easter Chapel at St. Angela’s, Prelate, 2009


One of our academy girls, Stacey Hansen, student 1982 grade 10 to grad 1985, passed away suddenly. Our sympathy to her family and loved ones. Our love and prayers to all who knew and loved her. May Stacey rest in peace.

Sister Ambrosia Wendling passed away peacefully on March 13, 2017 at St. Angela Merici Residence at the age of 97. She had fallen sometime ago and broke her hip and never fully recovered. Sister Ambrosia also had three sisters as Ursulines, namely Sister Eugena, Sister Rosalia, and Sister Andrea, all who also have died. Sister Ambrosia was a teacher, was in community leadership, and for the past 40 years was part of the Brescia Prayer Centre. She helped in various areas, loved gardening and fishing, and was a prayerful and gentle person. May Sister Ambrosia rest in peace.

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In the year 2016 five of our Ursuline Sisters passed away. and more the following years.

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Sister Pauline Reinhardt went to heaven at 8 AM May 22, the feast of the Holy Trinity. Many of you will remember her as our Driver Ed Instructor at the Academy but also her sense of humor and her devotion to duty. May she rest in peace. Thank you Sister Pauline for your life and service to God.

Sister Adelaide Fortowsky -- Allelu, our praying clown -- has gone home to heaven. She died at noon today July 15, peacefully. Many Sisters had spent time with her, but I (Sister Rosetta) was alone with her when she breathed her last. Funeral prayers are Monday night at 7 PM and Funeral Mass Tuesday morning at 10 AM, both here at St. Angela Merici Residence: 125 Cree Crescent..Thank you Sister Adelaide for your life and service to God.
Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and may perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace.

We wish to inform you that another of our Sisters has passed away.
Sister Patricia Lockert died Saturday night, September 24. She was 95 years. She taught for a number of years in various locations, after which she did volunteer work and helped with household needs. She spent a year or two at the Academy in the 1990's so some of our girls may remember her. She had a lovely alto singing voice. Thank you Sister Patricia for your life and service to God.
Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace.

We announce the passing of another one of our dear Sisters, Sister Helen Hoffart. She had her 101st birthday on November 3. Many of you will remember her as superior at St. Angela's in the 1950' and 1960's. She was very gifted in art and many paintings on the walls at St. Angela's were hers. She taught art to many of our students and was also librarian the last number of years, and spent several years in Africa. Thank you Sister Helen for your life and service to God. May she rest in peace.

We announce the passing of another one of our Sisters.
Sister Dorothy Bertsch passed away on Christmas Day, December 25, after a brief stay in the hospital. Sister Dorothy celebrated her 101 birthday in April, 2016. Sister was a teacher and taught for 45 years. She spent a number of years at St. Angela's Academy as receptionist and helping in various areas, always in a gentle and quiet manner. Thank you Sister Dorothy for your life and service to God. May Sister Dorothy rest in peace.

Sister Emily Kosolofski went to her eternal reward on Monday, April 15, 2013 with four of our Ursulines at her side. Sister taught at St.Angela’s and was the treasurer for many years.

Sister Magdalen Leibel, Age 94, passed away October 14, 2015, after a lengthy illness. She served as a domestic worker in various missions and was at St. Angela’s for many years working in the laundry and various other responsibilities.

Sister Louise Ihringer went to her eternal reward on her 95th birthday, November 23, 2012. Sister Louise taught at St. Angela's on several different occasions.
She was present at our reunion in 2010 and said then that she hopes to make it to the 2014 reunion. Indeed, she will make it in spirit.

Happy 101 birthday
Sister Dorothy Bertsch
Sister Dorothy was 101 years on April 17, 2016.
She is the first member of the Ursulines of Prelate to reach this milestone.
Congratulations Sister Dorothy.

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Location: Cedar Lodge and Convention Center (Just east of Dundurn, SK in Blackstrap Provincial Park)

Date: Friday June 3, 2016 to Saturday June 4

Message from Edwina Weninger (Keller 76-79), chairperson for the 2016 Reunion Committee.
SAA Reunion 2016 It is with regret that we announce Reunion 2016 has been cancelled. Due to the untimely death of the owner/founder, operations of the facility, Cedar Lodge, have been halted. This notice was on the Cedar Lodge website and then on the local CTV news last week.
Due to the short time frame, and in consultation with the main reunion committee, we have decided to cancel the reunion for this year. Please know that attempts were made for another venue, such pursuit was difficult.
We ask our alumni to continue to reach out to classmates not currently on any of our contact information. So many of 'the girls' - as the sisters still call us - have touched lives in ways that they are not aware. I get excited when individuals say they went to the academy (The mom of a current Gr 8 student of mine is an SAA alumni!); and they were there 20-25+ years after me! We all have similar stories to tell, but with different names and dates. We can laugh at these stories, and at times commiserate with what we felt were such hardships (.......too funny now).
We are the legacy of women who gave their life to God. They dedicated themselves to educating us in the best way they knew how. Most of us were there by choice. Some were not. I know I can't thank The Sisters enough for giving me a sense of who I was then as a teenager; and now as a woman turning 55 years old.
As Chairperson of Reunion 2016, I wish I had better news. I look forward to sending out information of another gathering in the future. Through this process of planning/organizing; getting on the Facebook page; I discovered that one of my graduation class is right here where I live! Who knew?! We have yet to connect though. Maybe the gals around Lloydminster will want to meet up for a coffee.
May Your Light Shine,
Edwina Weninger (Keller 76-79)
"One of The Girls"



And they did!
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St. Angela’s Academy Alumnae Reunion   - by Sister Adelaide Fortowsky
The seventh Academy Reunion took place May 30, 31, 2014 at the Travelodge in Saskatoon. Friday night saw the usual excitement: hugs, and screams as girls met each other, some who had not seen each other for years. 
Saturday morning began with the general meeting at 9 A.M. led by President Helen Kalyn. Financial report was given by JoAnn Spence. A discussion ensued whether reunions of this kind and expense should be continued since only 47 girls had registered. There was overwhelming support to continue and the girls unanimously agreed they would take a more active role in promoting them. A reunion committee was struck consisting of Edwina (Keller) Weninger, chairperson, and other members: Yvette (Keller) Gruber Denise (Chouinard) Hallam, Jolene (Hansen) Orthner, Pam (Martin) Van de Mosselaer, Brenda (Martin) Helman. They set the next reunion for 2016.
Lunch was served at 11 AM after which everyone proceeded to the new Saskatoon Diocesan Cathedral for mass. Bishop Don Bolen was the celebrant and Father David Tumbach was co-celebrant and homilist. He particularly spoke of the academy and what it has meant to the lives of so many people. The music directresses were Sharon Hoffart and Brenda Helman.Pianist was Louise Souillet-Hawkins.
There was a prayer ceremony for  the deceased former students from various decades as well as their deceased parents, families members, friends and benefactors of St. Angela's. Seven alumnae each lit a candle as Sister Rosetta announced the various decades.
After the recessional hymn, as has been the tradition for all reunions, the Holy City was sung led by Sharon Hoffart and Rosalyn Martin with Sister Teresita Kambeitz at the piano. It was uplifting as everyone joined, especially in the chorus.
The next stop was at St. Angela Merici Residence for coffee and dainties , to visit the Sisters, to tour the facility and especially to see and hear Sister Hermana explain the "Heritage Room." This room is now a remnant of what was the large museum at Prelate.
People returned to the Travelodge for cocktails and a delicious banquet for some 85 people. Patricia Linfoot chaired the banquet. Susan Hinger and Sally Mitzel gave the toast to the Sisters to which Sister Hermana replied. Sister Louisa Brost presented the toast to the alumnae and Rose Fortier responded. Sister Teresita then reflected on the image of St. Angela's Academy as  a table that offered a feast that nurtured the hearts, minds, and souls of the many thousands for 88 years. She spoke of how the painful decision was made to close and how now, the alumnae need to carry on the spirit and be the "dessert" of faith, hope and love wherever they may be.
The evening ended with a delightful "talented"  but "unrehearsed" entertaining program with Jolene (Hansen) Orthner and Sister Dianne Sehn being the comical and proficient MC's. One of the highlights was the "sharing" or "confessing" some of the various "pranks" they did as students and which they thought the Sisters did not know about. In most cases, the Sisters knew.
It was another memorable occasion to bring St. Angela's alive in our memories and our lives. As one person wrote on her message card at the end, "It was a celebration of the good, beautiful and true and I am very happy for the decision of the Alumnae to continue the effort to gather periodically." Indeed, it was to put "heart prints" into each other's lives.

Reunion 2014: "Our girls" came! Sisters came! Guests came! It was wonderful! Details will follow in newsletter, on website, and Facebook.
Start planning now.
Great things happened! A committee of Alumnae will plan and do all the preparation for the next reunion. God is good.

Some random photos below and in no particular order. Thanks to Christine Skulski, Rose Fortier, Kate Carnell and others for permission to use some of their photos.



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St. Angela’s Convent and Academy, formerly in Prelate, Saskatchewan May the memories live on. sc032eb87c

This was the first St. Angela’s Academy Reunion not held at St. Angela’s Academy but in Saskatoon

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Final Closing Celebration for Alumnae, July 22, 2007

“Our echoes roll from soul to soul and grow forever and forever.” (Tennyson)

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And may our light ever shine!

Alumnae Reunion July 7, 8, 9 /2006

Stories, songs, skits and gales of laughter marked the fourth Alumnae Reunion at St. Angela's Academy, Prelate, SK, July 7-9th. Former students came from points as far away as Australia, Mexico and Kentucky, as well as Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, Medicine Hat and numerous locations in Saskatchewan.
During the afternoon, the theme "Those Were the Days" was illustrated decade by decade, beginning with the Ihringer sisters, Margaret Gill and Sister Louise, who regaled the audience with their dramatization of Academy events in the 1920's. The Academy's long tradition of choral excellence came alive at Mass as the chapel reverberated with the women's grand and beautiful congregational singing. In his homily, Bishop Albert LeGatt recalled that St. Angela Merici founded the Company of St. Ursula during turbulent times in northern Italy nearly 500 years ago for the education of girls and women. Today, teenaged girls also live in turbulent times as they face enormous pressures to dress, act and think in ways that dehumanize them. He commissioned the alumnae to continue Angela's ministry by working to improve the lives of modern girls in keeping with the gospel of Jesus who, he stated, was a true feminist and a true humanist. "Jesus held a profound belief in the dignity of women, for example the daughter of Jairus and the woman with the hemorrhage in last week's gospel," said Bishop LeGatt. "He sought to improve their lives in every way through healing them, calling them to be disciples, befriending them and educating them toward the fullness of life."
At the evening banquet, Sister Teresita Kambeitz, General Superior of the Ursulines of Prelate, outlined the Ursuline educational vision thus: "By a full and harmonious development of all that constitutes her wealth, her strength and her beauty, each girl under our direction works out the magnificent plan of God" and urged the alumnae to continue to develop their own gifts and those of other girls and women so as to make a significant contribution to the church and to the world. Sister Rosetta Reiniger, Executive Director of St. Angela's Academy, was honored with a standing ovation for her leadership role in the Academy and the Alumnae Association. Then a lively and sparkling "Variety Night" showcased the many talents of the alumnae in vocal, instrumental and comedy numbers, closing with the traditional singing of "The Holy City" led by Elaine Brilz-Barth of Calgary in an emotion-packed finale.
At the Saturday business meeting, Sharon Martin-Hoffart was elected president of the Alumnae Executive, succeeding Betty-Ann Hartman-Lefebvre of Medicine Hat. The next Alumnae Reunion is scheduled for July of 2010.

The night before the reunion, the Sisters prepare the program and the "goody bags."


The sharing soon began.

The singing at the Eucharist was uplifting and will long be remembered. Bishop LaGatt, Bishop of Saskatoon honoured us with his presence.


The Program: Who has laughed more than during the concert program when the "Richmound Bunch" presented their version of Cinderella!
And the sharing of "the decades" revealed some secrets! Sister Louise Ihringer, along with her sister , Margaret (Ihringer) Gill, told of happenings in the 1920's and 30's.

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Alumnae executive: Betty-Ann Lefebvre, Past- President; Sharon Hoffart, President; Brenda Martin, Secretary; Dolores Meuchel, Treasurer, Vice-president, Elaine Barth Ursuline liason, Sister Rosetta

The Academy kitchen staff (Eurest Foods) outdid themselves in providing all the snacks, luncheon, banquet, and pancake breakfast. All was delicious

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Prelate Centennial Celebration

On August 2,3,4, 2013, Prelate celebrated its centennial. Close to 600 people were present for all or some of the activities. God blessed us with beautiful weather since most of the activities were outside. There was a parade with over 60 floats. There were tours to the Sandhills and Blumenfeld church. In the evening there was a street dance with music by “The Chevelles” followed and outstanding fireworks. Sunday morning was an interdenominational prayer service. That afternoon was entertainment featuring local talent. Most importantly, there was the visiting and renewing acquaintances. The committee, volunteers, and all the people of Prelate are to be commended for a wonderful weekend. Eight of us Ursulines went for the entire weekend and four more came for Saturday. Our Ursuline / Academy float was fairly simple with information placed onto our six passenger van.

An area north of the hall has been designated as an historical dedication to the pioneers. People could purchase paving stones with their family or individual names. img_2433 This section includes the cairn which used to be in front of the gym. img_2428 Thank you Prelate and congratulations.

Honorary President: Sister Anne Lewans, General Superior, 306-653-2134
President: Helen (Sperling) Kalyn
Vice-President: Elaine (Brilz) Barth 403-278-4347
Past President: Sharon (Martin) Hoffart 403-548-1093403-548-1093
Secretary: Allison Hunter
Treasurer: JoAnn (Rajchyba) Spence 306-682-3879
Ursuline Liaison: Sister Rosetta Reiniger 306-242-5576 or cell 306-361-8034
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St. Angela’s Academy Alumnae
Attention: Sister Rosetta
125 Cree Crescent
Saskatoon, SK. Canada S7K 7J1
Fax: 306- 242-0427
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Let us all continue to "LET OUR LIGHT SHINE."