Sister Mary Ninette visits Bethlehem High School

Posted by Addie Woods

March 9, 2022

In 1819, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth founded Bethlehem High School. Continuing the legacy, Mary Ninette Manning, SCN, visited the girl’s basketball team and left them with words of encouragement, as they prepare for their first game in the state tournament.

4 Comments

  1. Ann Palatty

    I’ve just begun to read once more the SCN history written by Anna Blanche McGill. Bethlehem High School was our Founder’s initiative and pride. In it we continue our pioneer spirit and legacy. Thank you, Mary Ninnette, for your contribution to that legacy.

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  2. Liz Wendeln

    This is a great way to keep in touch with youth and future vocations! Thanks Nini!!!

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  3. Sr. Mary Anne Burkardt

    Thanks Mary Ninette for your continued support of ‘your’ girls and representing our continued SCN support of Bethlehem High School!

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  4. BettyBlandford scn

    I’m so glad she keeps in touch with them! Good for her and the girls.

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