Betty Fracchia, SCN, recently visited St. John and Little Flower Jubilee Schools in Memphis. Sister Betty spent time with Assistant Superintendent of Catholic Schools Kristi Baird and with the faculty and students.

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have a Covenant Relationship with the Catholic Diocese of Memphis which ensures that the Catholic identity of the Jubilees Schools are carried out in the spirit of SCN foundress Mother Catherine Spalding.

Sister Betty serves as the local contact for the Jubilee Schools. Her role is to assist in planning, teaching and learning activities that connect and enhance the relationship between the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth with the faculty and students. Betty along with the Office of Congregational Ministries assists in mission education that ensures the continuation of the SCN charism at the school.

The second grade class at Little Flower Catholic School is pictured with Principal Tunia Sangster, Sister Betty and Jubilee Leader Kristi Baird. Second graders will be participating in several service projects this year including collecting socks for needy families with Catholic Charities.

 

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