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PM has been very informative in ecumenical matters

The Editor: May I give a heartfelt thank you to all who have been involved in the printing of your excellent Catholic paper, to which our parish subscribes, and I have read cover to cover each week. It has been most informative, especially in all matters ecumenical.

As our parish ecumenical representative for more than 20 years, I have benefitted greatly from the articles and the book In God’s Reconciling Grace, which Rev. Bernard de Margerie kindly sent to me quite a few years ago. It was put to good use in our very active, eight denomination, ecumenical group.

The picture of the Sisters Of Sion, as well as the article describing the recent reunion of former pupils, brought back many fond memories. As a child, I enjoyed attending grade two at Sion Academy, on Ave. A those many years ago. I truly loved my teacher, Mother Eulalia, a very special woman.

I do recall several classmates, especially a good friend, Dorothy Cuthbert, a non-Catholic who lived on Ave. C.

The Prairie Messenger shall be greatly missed.

May God’s choicest blessings be upon each and every one who contributed in any way toward bringing this great paper to us.

— Maureen Condon Horon, Lethbridge