Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ and Helen Rosenthal, RSCJ


Biographer and historian of the American frontier, Louise Callan, RSCJ, wrote in 1935: 

And through the whole of this, like a golden thread binding it into unity, runs the character of our greatest Indian missionary nun, Mother Lucile Mathevon - a novice of Mother Duchesne, foundress of the house of St. Charles (1828), and for about 35 years the very heart and soul of the Indian Mission.

This book details the life and ministry of Sister Mathevon, focusing most prominently on her relationship with the Potawatomi.

This book is available for purchase through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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