In her oral history Sr. Carol Ann Mause describes her family upbringing in Cincinnati, OH, her Catholic schooling as well as her internal struggle in deciding to enter religious life at Oldenburg, Indiana. She goes on to detail her vocation in community, her career as a teacher, the impact of Vatican II, as well as her community and prayer life in the convent.
Sr. Carol Ann Mause
Mary Ellen Lennon
Catholic Studies | Oral History | United States History | Women's History
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Lennon, Mary Ellen Ph.D., "Sr. Carol Ann Mause" (2015). Women Religious: Oral Histories of the Sisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg. 4.