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November 15, 2018

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October 20, 2017
I am so sorry for your loss of Agnes Clare our prayers are with your family. She will always be in our heart.
September 28, 2017
I knew Sister when she was in charge of the St. Rose High, Chelsea Alumni Association and she was running alumni reunions for us. She did it with her usual style and brio.

Sister was dear to us for her magnanimity, willingness to listen and respond to help anyone, and her ability to cut through bureaucratic redtape to get what she and others needed, but her quick wit and sparkling blue eyes will be most missed by all of us.

So it did not surprise me at all that on a visit to Mass General Hospital Boston that the priests who had been at St. Rose Church and a sacristan and I laughed and joked with her. One of the priests used his iPhone to play Irish music, and how she loved that! One of her doctors commented favorably on all the laughter and music.

And it did not surprise me when the same doctor came to check up on her one evening a few days later to check up on her, and ended up staying most of the night playing Irish music.

When I asked Sister if I could do anything for her, would she like anything (and she had been NPO for a few days) she replied, "Well, I'm going, so please get me a coffee to go." Her doctor, the priests, sacristan and I and Sister laughed over that one. The doctor agreed that this was appropriate.

We shall miss her so much for all that she was to us. As my brother would say, "She was worth the price of admission."

Ego dormio sed vigilat cor meum. I sleep but my heart but my heart watches.

Carol McCarthy, St. Rose High, class of 60
September 27, 2017
I am deeply sorry for the loss of Agnes. May God's loving kindness bring peace and comfort during this sad and difficult time. Psalms 29:11
September 26, 2017
My family sends our sincere condolences for your loss. May happy memories of your loved one and the words of Isaiah 57:15 provide you with much comfort.