Sister Eustace Caggiano, at 102; the ‘Saint of the South End’
As a Sister of St. Joseph of Boston, Sister Eustace lived the words of our Constitution: ”We strive in every aspect of our lives to be for others a visible sign of God’s presence and active love. We engage in spiritual and corporal works of mercy so that justice and peace, freedom and human dignity may prevail.”
A wonderful article in the October 1, 2015, Boston Globe begins: “I am just doing God’s work,” Sister Eustace Caggiano would say as she gathered groceries for an immigrant family or found fresh clothes for a homeless man.
May God now gift you, Sister Eustace with eternal peace and joy.
Click here to link to the Boston Globe article