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In her oral history, Sister Angela Betsch reflects on her experience growing up in White Oak, Cincinnati and her path to becoming a Sister of Saint Francis, Oldenburg. Sr. Angela highlights her decision to follow her older sister into the convent, her missionary work as a teacher and principal in Missouri, Indianapolis, and Papua New Guinea, as well as her time as a caretaker for her eight-year-old nephew after her sister's untimely death. With kindness and heartfelt joy, Sister Angela describes her blessed life as a Sister of Saint Francis, Oldenburg.

Date

8-1-2016

Interviewee

Sister Angela Betsch

Interviewer

Mary Ellen Lennon

Format

mp3 audio

Duration

1:09:29

Location

Oldenburg, Indiana

Keywords

Convent Life, Papua New Guinea, Rule of Saint Francis, Fr. Otmar Gallagher, Cincinnati

Disciplines

Catholic Studies | Oral History | United States History | Women's History

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Copyright 2018 Marian University (Indianapolis, Indiana). Users of this material are kindly requested to appropriate credit to Marian University in compliance with copyright and intellectual property law. Under Title 17, U.S. Code, this material may be protected by United States Copyright Law governing the reproduction, distribution, display or other uses of protected works.

Sr. Angela Betsch

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