267- Part 1: St Marianne Cope, contemporary Saint

Part 1 of the story of St. Marianne Cope from America who led an expedition to another country that was in medical crisis. Putting her faith totally in God, she wrote “I am not afraid of any disease.” She lived to age 80.

Photo of a young St. Marianne Cope in habit- courtesy of St Marianne Cope Museum Archives
Photo of a young St. Marianne Cope- courtesy of St Marianne Cope Museum Archives

Link to Part 2- Episode 268

Links to Primary Sources for this weeks podcast and for more information:

St Marianne Cope Shrine and Museum- saintmarianne.org

National Women’s Hall of Fame- womenofthehall.org

My Healthcare System.org

St Elizabeth of Hungary catholic.org

Photo of wooden statue of St Marianne Cope
Pix from A Catholic Mom in Hawaii.blogspot.com
Photo of front entrance to St Marianne Cope Shrine & Museum
The museum is located on the St. Joseph’s Hospital campus in Syracuse, NY- saintmarianne.org

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