It Takes Many Hands

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

December 13, 2023

Over the recent Sunday and Monday, four wonderful women — Kathy Weatherford, Sandy Prendergast, Karen Reed, and Sister Tonya Severin — eagerly answered Sister Luke Boiarski’s call to contribute to the decoration of various sections of the Nazareth Campus in preparation for the Christmas Season. The St. Vincent de Paul Church courtyard, the front of Motherhouse, and the main entrance now boast festive wreaths and twinkling lights, creating a joyous atmosphere for the holidays.

A notable addition this year is a 7-foot majestic angel displayed in the courtyard, generously gifted by Kathy Weatherford, Sister Anne Magruder’s niece. Feel free to drop by and admire this artistic arrangement of lights when you have a moment.

A heartfelt thank you is extended to our maintenance personnel for their valuable assistance with the lighting. As we all possess different gifts, it takes a collective effort and many hands to prepare for Christmas,


  1. Ann Palatty

    Every effort counts I wish I could see the aesthetically litNazareth Campus. Well done,

  2. Debra Kehl, dir Candy for Caring, founded by SCNs

    Beautiful, I will come and visit to see! Great great to all those who worked setting it up. Such a gorgeous reflection of the “inner light” we all truly are. Debra Kehl 😇💕🙏

  3. Brenda Gonzales

    Thank you for bringing beauty to the campus and joy to our hearts.

  4. Betty Blandford scn

    Looks lovely! Thanks for your giftedness!


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