Sister Tess honored by Labor Guild

Posted by Dana Hinton

December 5, 2022

Marie-Thérèse “Tess” Browne, SCN, received the Labor Guild’s Father Edward F. Boyle award this year for her ongoing work to bring equality and justice in the workplace. Both the Central and Western Province Leadership Teams attended the virtual ceremony, along with SCNs Teresa Kotturan, Martha Walsh, Mary Braley, and SCN Associate Eugenie Coakley.

“It was so exciting to see the recognition and love that Tess received,” said Vice Provincial Michelle Grgurich, SCN.

You can read more about the award here: https://nazareth.org/sister-tess-to-receive-labor-guild-award/

And watch the video below:

 

4 Comments

  1. Ann Palatty

    Martha, my Friend, you certainly deserve this award. Congratulations.

    Reply
  2. Linda Soltis

    Tess,
    You have been untiring in your commitment to justice for all. It is a well-deserved award. Congratulations!

    Reply
  3. Patsy O'Toole

    You are an inspiration, Tess!

    Reply
  4. Christine Beckett

    Congratulations, Tess, and thank you for your commitment to justice!!!

    Reply

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