She devoted her days to prayer and the enjoyment of art, history, politics, needle work, culinary arts and connecting with family and friends.
She enjoyed time spent with her Presentation Sisters and conversing with staff who were part of the rich texture of her daily life. Earlier this spring, Sister Anne Marie noted that while the process of aging is challenging, it gave her time to reflect on her experiences.
She was grateful for a life that was not only long but also deeply meaningful. The Leonard Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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I enjoy being with them. It was hard at first to leave teaching. I loved my students and still miss the classroom.
My favorite part of my teaching career was helping parents prepare their children for the reception of First Reconciliation and First Eucharist. It was during these years that the Church in Hong Kong grew and a vibrant, dedicated laity emerged.
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Returning to Hong Kong she did pastoral work with two Maryknoll Sisters and the Maryknoll Fathers in Kowloontsai, a squatter area with thousands of people living in wooden shacks up and down the hillsides. It was one of the ten refugee camps set up in Hong Kong for the Vietnamese boat people who were arriving by the hundreds each week.
Many of the Vietnamese refugees were ethnic Chinese who had been in Vietnam for several generations so language was not a huge problem. While she was involved in this camp, Sister Anne received word that her mother was seriously ill and she returned to the U.
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For nine years she worked in New York City and went to RI to be with her mother almost every weekend. During this time she taught English language skills to new adult immigrants in Chinatown. She also taught for a year at a center in Mid Manhattan for Russian religious refugees, Jewish people who came to the U.