Sisters' Stories: Dorothy Quinn
In recognition of the wonderful and diverse work done by women religious in our community the Courier interviewed three long-serving nuns, each with her own unique life experiences shaped by a commitment to the Gospel message. On Mondays through May 23 we will post audio slideshows depicting these women.
Sister Dorothy Quinn has been a Sister of St. Joseph for 65 years. Among her many accomplishments, she helped wounded, tired and hungry civil rights marchers in Selma, Ala.; served closer to home as a teacher in Brockport; and along the way learned a craft that has helped sustain her and many others.