Saturday 16 June 1888
Death in Warrnambool of M Philomena Maguire, Foundress from Baggot St/Belfast
June 16, 1874

Boarding/day school opened, East Providence, Rhode Island - M Juliana Purcell

June 17, 1896

Death of Jessie McAuley, wife of Willie, Catherine's nephew, Colac, Victoria

June 17, 1847

Death of M Joseph Nugent, professed Newfoundland 1843

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June 17, 1881

Sisters began ministry in workhouse, Birr

June 18, 1849

Foundation to Cheadle, Staffordshire, England from Carlow.

June 19, 1932

Death of M Alacoque Ryan, Foundress of Mansfield - Lilydale, Victoria

June 20, 1888

Foundation to Borrisokane, Co. Tipperary from Birr - M de Pazzi Fitzgerald

June 20, 1854

Foundation to Nenagh from Birr - M Anastasia Beckett

June 20, 1911

Foundation to Rosslare from Wexford - M Agnes Maguire

June 20, 1824

Catherine leased property on the corner of Baggot St and Herbert St, Dublin

June 21, 1940

Evacuation of school children from Cordier Hill, Guernsey, Channel Islands during WWII.

June 21, 1853

Foundation to Downpatrick from Belfast - M Aloysius Brady

June 22, 1927

Death of M Clare Dunphy, Foundress of Parramatta, from Callan

June 23, 1879

Foundation to Leeds from Bermondsey - Sr Benedict Joseph Meyer.

June 24, 1942

Wellington experienced a major earthquake. The brick Convent at Brougham Street was severely damaged. None of the Sisters were harmed.

June 24, 1888

Foundation to Midhurst from Brighton

June 24, 1888

Foundation to Cooktown, Queensland from Dungarvan - M de Sales Meagher

June 24, 1888

Foundation to St John Baptist, Tralee from Killarney - M Elizabeth O'Riordan

June 25, 1863

Foundation to Oldham, Lancashire from Barnsley, Yorkshire - Sr Angela Borini and four Sisters.

June 25, 1967

Foundation to Chimbote, Peru from Pittsburgh

June 26, 1872

Death of M Philomena Dwyer, diarist of foundation to Auckland

June 26, 1855

Foundation to Newry, Co Down from Kinsale - M Catherine O'Connor

June 26, 1959

Motor Mission begun by Brisbane Sisters - M Dolores Lyne

June 27, 1960

Final profession of first Maori Sister, Elizabeth Ihaka