In this interview Sr. Mary Gloria Gallagher discusses the choice she made between becoming a scientist (wanting to work for Proctor & Gamble) and her eventual lifelong love for playing and teaching music, in various places such as Cincinnati, Oldenburg Academy, and Marian College. Additionally, she recounts the hardships of traveling back and forth for school, religious life, and teaching amidst her vocation, as well as her time teaching at Marian College. Also, she describes her prayer life in community at Oldenburg.
Sr. Mary Gloria Gallagher
Mary Ellen Lennon
cincinnati, Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, women religious, religious community, Marian College, music
Catholic Studies | Oral History | United States History | Women's History
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Lennon, Mary Ellen Ph.D., "Sr. Mary Gloria Gallagher" (2015). Women Religious: Oral Histories of the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg. 1.