Belize Sister Recognized for Helping Students

Posted by Kacie Emmerson


June 7, 2023

Sister Kerry Rowland, SCH, who lives in Belize City, along with Sister Carlette Gentle, SCN, was awarded a certificate of appreciation from St. Martin De Porres School.

The certificate states, “To Sister Kerry Rowland for making a difference as a teacher and brightening the lives of students at St. Martin De Porres RC. School. ” Sister Kerry has been carrying out her Ministry at St. Martins for the past four and a half years.


  1. Eugenie Coakley scna

    Congratulations Sr. Kerry! You and Sr. Carlette make a great team – teaching the younger, supporting the older…

  2. Brenda Gonzales

    Congratulations Kerry! I am so happy for you and the students, what a difference you are making in Belize. Glad to finally meet you face to face in March other than zoom. πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

  3. Sr. Luke

    Congratulations Kerry! You continue to make such a difference with the young students at St. Martins.
    You are such a blessing!!!

  4. Rosemarie Kirwan

    Kerry, you have surely been a treasure to so many in Belize City: the students, the gate guests, and those that receive the benefits of your preparation of food for the homeless of the city and especially to us SCNs. Many thanks, and many continued blessings.

  5. Maggie Cooper

    Yeah, Kerry!! How wonderful that your loving work is recognized! We are so happy you are there in this Belizean mission!

  6. Ellen Sprigg

    Congratulations Sr. Kerry and thanks for all you do!


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