|2012 - Present||Vincentian Scholar-in-Residence, DePaul University ‐ University Mission and Values|
|1972 - 1975||Master of Social Work, Virginia Commonwealth University ‐ School of Social Work|
|1963 - 1969||B.A., Saint Joseph College, Emmitsburg, MD ‐ Department of Social Services|
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Featured Works (1)
Published within one year.
Balm of Hope—Charity Afire Impels Daughters of Charity to Civil War Nursing. A Compendium. The Civil War Records of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Province of the United States (2015)
Betty Ann McNeil, D.C., ed., Balm of Hope: Charity Afire Impels Daughters of Charity Civil War Nurses, Mary Denis Maher, C.S.A., Foreword; Janet Leigh Bucklew, Introduction (Chicago: DePaul University Vincentian Studies Institute, 2015), 558 pp., ...
Recent Works (3)
Published in last ten years.
Friendship of my Soul. Selected Letters by Elizabeth Ann Seton 1803-1809 (2010)
Friendship of My Soul presents selected letters of Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton during a period which became pivotal for her vocation in life and journey of faith. Elizabeth Seton writes to key correspondentson matters ...
Published in last 15 years.
Daughters of Charity: Courageous and Compassionate Civil War Nurses U.S. Catholic Historian (2013)
This article draws on the rich tapestry of charity woven by first-hand accounts, recollections, and correspondence contained in this unpublished source document. As much as possible, the sisters’ own voices convey their mission and ministry, ...
Memoir of Sister Cecilia O'Conway: Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph's Vincentian Heritage (2009)
An annotated presentation of the original memoir by Cecilia Maria O'Conway, the first candidate for the American Sisters of Charity founded by Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton (1774-1821), near Emmitsburg, Maryland, July 31, 1809.
Historical Perspectives on Elizabeth Seton and Education: School Is My Chief Business. Catholic Education: A Journal of Theory and Practice (2006)
Elizabeth Ann Seton – the first native-born U.S. citizen to be canonized – and her passion for education is the subject of this historical essay. Implications for contemporary educational leaders are also discussed.