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Monuments and Memorials:
Called To Serve Monument

Located east of the Lakeshore Tennis Club.

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(Unless otherwise indicated, photos by Don of www.WascanaPark.com)


 

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  Called To Serve This monument recognizes the significant contibutions of more than 5,500 Catholic Sisters to education, health care, and social services in Saskatchewan since 1860. The Sisters founded many of the first hospitals, schools, orphanages and homes for the elderly - providing care and support with faith, courage, compassion, and a strong sense of being Called to Serve.  

--------------------- Unveiled and Blessed on October 1, 2015 ---------------------

Sisters in Saskatchewan (Listed in order of arrival)  
1860 - Sisters of Charity of Montreal (Grey Nuns) 1911 - Franciscan Sisters of St. Elizabeth 1918 - Missionary Oblates of the Sacred Heart and Mary Immaculate 1936 - Sisters of St. Martha of Antigonish 1964 - Benedictine Sisters
1883 - Faithful Companions of Jesus 1911 - Sisters of Providence 1921 - Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Loretto Sisters) 1937 - Sisters of St. Joseph of Peterborough 1968 - Roman Congregation of St. Dominic
1891 - Sisters of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin 1912 - Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul 1923 - Sisters Adorers of the Precious Blood 1937 - Grey Sisters of the Immaculate Conception 1968 - School of St. Francis
1897 - Filles de la Providence 1913 - Soeurs de Notre-Dame d'Auvergne 1923 - Sisters of Charity of the Hotel-Dieu of Nicolet 1944 - Little Sisters of the Holy Family 1969 - Sisters of Holy Cross
1899 - Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions 1913 - Sisters of Charity of St. Louis 1924 - Sisters of Social Service 1946 - Felician Sisters 1976 - Sisters for Christian Community
1901 - Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Hyacinthe 1913 - Ursuline Sisters of Bruno 1925 - Sisters of Charity Notre-Dame d'Evron 1946 - Sisters of St. Joseph of Pembroke 1978 - Sisters of Mary Reparatrix
1903 - Sisters of the Presentation of Mary 1913 - Ursuline Sisters, Chatham, Ontario 1926 - School of Sisters of Notre Dame 1952 - Sisters of Mission Service 1984 - Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist
1904 - Congregation of Our Lady of Sion 1913 - Ursulines of St. Angela's Convent (Prelate) 1928 - Dominican Sisters of Grand Rapids, Michigan 1952 - Little Missionaries of St. Joseph 1987 - Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
1905 - Sisters of Our Lady of the Cross 1915 - Sisters of the Child Jesus 1929 - Sisters of the Saviour 1954 - Soeurs de Notre-Dame-Auxiliatrice 2000 - Myriam Bethlehem Family
1905 - Filles de la Croix 1915 - Religious of Jesus and Mary 1929 - Sisters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary 1956 - Oblate Missionaries of Mary Immaculate 2008 - Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
1905 - Sisters of St. Joseph of Lyon, France 1915 - Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate 1934 - Sisters of Service 1956 - Daughters of Wisdom 2014 - Daughters of St. Mary Leuca
1906 - Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception 1916 - Carmelite Sisters of the Sacred Heart 1935 - Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto 1961 - Ukranian Sisters of St. Joseph of Saskatoon 2014 - Daughters of Mary Mother of the Church Institute



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This monument was commissioned by the
Saskatchewan Catholic Connections Committee,
comprised of representatives from:


Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas
Archdiocese of Regina
Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan
Diocese of Prince Albert
Diocese of Saskatoon
Emmanuel Care
Eparchy of Saskatoon
Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association
Saskatchewan Catholic University Colleges
Saskatchewan Catholic Women's League
Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus

Sculptor
Jack Jensen, Prince Albert

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Called to Serve Contributors

The Saskatchewan Catholic Connections Committee wishes
to express its deepest appreciation to the following financial
and in-kind contributors to the Called to Serve Monument.

David and Karen Holst Family Foundation

Kerny and Patricia Korchinski
Miners Construction and the Stensrud Family
St. Paul's Hospital Foundation, Saskatoon

Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan
Emmanuel Care
Henry and Cheryl Kloppenburg
Mont St. Joseph Home, Prince Albert
OMI Lacombe Canada
Providence Place Foundation, Moose Jaw
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Keewatin-Le Pas
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina
Roman Catholic Diocese of Prince Albert
Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon
St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation, Estevan
St. Peter's Abbey, Muenster
Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association
Saskatchewan Catholic Women's League
Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Charitable Foundation
Ukranian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon