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  • Father James M. Keegan, SJ

    Father James M. Keegan, SJ (Oct. 9) in Weston. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 12 at Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Weston for the son of the late James and Alfreda (Surowiec) Keegan and brother of Patricia Robichaud. During 47 years of priestly ministry in the Society of Jesus Father served in assignments of the Jesuits Northeast USA Province in Conn.; Ky.; and locally at Center for Religious Development, Cambridge; Campion Center, Weston and Eastern Point Retreat House, Gloucester. Father Keegan was buried in the Jesuit Cemetery, Weston.

  • Sister Marian Patrice (Margaret) Galvin, SNDdeN

    Sister Marian Patrice (Margaret) Galvin, SNDdeN (Oct. 14) in Worcester. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 15 at Our Lady Queen Chapel, Ipswich for the daughter of the late Patrick and Lilian Galvin. During 64 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Ala.; R.I.; and locally at Holy Redeemer, East Boston; Saint Michael, Hudson; Saint Jerome, Weymouth; Saint James, Salem; Saint John the Evangelist, Peabody; Saint Charles Borromeo, Woburn; and Saint Mary Star of the Sea, Beverly. Sister Marin Patrice was buried in Notre Dame Cemetery, Ipswich.

  • Sister Marcella de Marie Immaculee (Patricia) Sheehan, LSP

    Sister Marcella de Marie Immaculee (Patricia) Sheehan, LSP (Oct. 10) in Somerville. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 15 at Little Sisters of the Poor Chapel, Somerville for the daughter of the late Michael and Annie (Sullivan) Sheehan and sister of Theresa and John, both of Cork, Ireland. During 73 years of religious life, Sister served in various congregational assignments and most recently at Jeanne Jugan Residence, Somerville. Sister Marcella de Marie Immaculee was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.

  • Robert J. Weber

    Robert J. Weber (Oct. 6) in Lynn. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 13 at Sacred Heart Church, Lynn for the husband of Judith (King) Weber; father of Michele Chiappini, Jonathan, and Thomas all of Reading; Robert, N.Y.; and Christian, Worcester; and brother of the late Father Charles P. Weber. Committal was private.

  • Sister Julie Theresa (Therese) Kane, SNDdeN

    Sister Julie Theresa (Therese) Kane, SNDdeN (Oct. 2) in Ipswich. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 6 at Our Lady Queen Chapel, Ipswich for the daughter of the late William and Abbie (Cahill) Kane and sister of Ann Englehardt, Beverly and the late Father William Kane, SVD; Brother Joseph (Conon) Kane, CFX; and Sister Charlotte (William Mary) Kane, SNDdeN. During 70 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Conn.; Maine; and locally at Saint Mary, Lynn; Saint Mary of the Assumption, Lawrence; Saint Mary of the Annunciation, Cambridge; Cardinal Cushing High, South Boston; Saint Mark, Dorchester; Bishop Fenwick High, Peabody; Saint Mary, Star of the Sea, Beverly. Sister Julie Theresa was buried in Notre Dame Cemetery, Ipswich.

  • Sister Cecilia Agnes (Virginia) Mulrennan, CSJ

    Sister Cecilia Agnes (Virginia) Mulrennan, CSJ (Oct. 8) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 12 at Holy Spirit Chapel, Framingham for the daughter of the later James and Margaret (Grogan) Mulrennan. During 72 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments at Walnut Park School, Newton; Saint Thomas Aquinas, Jamaica Plain; Cathedral, Boston; and Regis College, Weston. Sister Cecilia Agnes was buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Natick.

  • Deacon Paul A. Lewis 2006

    Deacon Paul A. Lewis 2006 (Sept. 29) in Quincy. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 4 at Saint John the Baptist Church, Quincy for the husband of Mary Ellen (Petrone) Lewis; and father of Paul, Quincy; Maureen Nunley, Plymouth; Christopher, Braintree; John, Milton; Timothy, Kingston; Meaghan DuBois, Rockland; and brother of Mary Nevins, Quincy; Robert, Braintree; and Dolores Golden, Quincy. During his diaconal ministry, Deacon Lewis served at Saint John the Baptist, Quincy. Deacon Lewis was buried in Mount Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy.

  • Sister Michael Leo (Irene) Mullaney, SCN

    Sister Michael Leo (Irene) Mullaney, SCN (Sept. 26) in Louisville, Ky. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 2 at Saint Vincent de Paul Church, Nazareth, Ky. for the daughter of the late Michael and Margaret (Ferguson) Mullaney. During 63 years of religious life, the Quincy native served in several congregational assignments all in health care and all in Kentucky. Sister Michael Leo was buried in Nazareth Cemetery, Nazareth, Ky.

  • Esther (Moran) Gugenheim

    Esther (Moran) Gugenheim (Sept. 25) in Reading. Funeral Mass celebrated Oct. 4 at Saint Bonaventure Church, Plymouth for the mother of Mary, Plymouth; and Beverly Mate, Melrose; and sister of Father Richard Moran, Boston; and Elizabeth Power, Northborough. Mrs. Gugenheim was buried in the National Cemetery, Bourne.

  • Father Matthew Bradley

    Father Matthew Bradley (Sept. 24) of Scituate. Funeral Mass celebrated Sept. 29 at Saint Anthony of Padua Church, Cohasset for the son of the late Matthew and Margaret (Riordan) Bradley and brother of Kathleen Dempsey and Margaret Bradley, both of Pearl River, N.Y. During 56 years of priestly ministry, Father served in Canada; Switzerland; and since 1977 at the Foyer of Charity, Scituate. Father Bradley was buried in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne, N.Y.

  • Father Joseph T. Bennett, SJ

    Father Joseph T. Bennett, SJ (Sept. 23) in Weston. Funeral Mass celebrated Sept. 27 at Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Weston for the son of the late Joseph and Helen (Frost) Bennett and brother of William, West Springfield; Fenton,: John; and Mary Toomey, all of Brockton. During 61 years of priestly ministry in the Northeast Province of the Jesuits, Father served in assignments in Iraq and locally at Boston College High School; he also served as weekend assistant at Saint Agnes, Arlington. Father Bennett was buried in the Jesuit Cemetery, Weston.

  • Sister Marjorie Marie (Rosemary) Howe, CSJ

    Sister Marjorie Marie (Rosemary) Howe, CSJ (Sept. 17) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated Sept. 21 at Holy Spirit Chapel, Framingham for the daughter of the late James and Marjorie (Hanscom) Howe. During 68 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments at Immaculate Conception, Everett; Saint James, Haverhill; Marian High School, Framingham; Arlington Catholic, Arlington; Saint Clement, Somerville; Matignon, Cambridge; and Bethany Center, Framingham. Sister Marjorie Marie was buried in Saint Patrick Cemetery, Natick.

  • Charles Raeke

    Charles Raeke (Sept. 20) in Cotuit. Funeral Mass celebrated Sept. 26 at Saint Bonaventure Church, Plymouth for the brother of Father Joseph K. Raeke, Our Lady of Lourdes, Carver; Saint Peter and Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, Plymouth; Daniel, Plymouth; Kevin, Sutton; John, Stoughton; and Dorothy Shea, Canton. Mr. Raeke was buried in Manomet Cemetery, Plymouth.

  • Sister Marie Christine (Louise) Kleponis, CJC

    Sister Marie Christine (Louise) Kleponis, CJC (Sept. 4) in Brockton. Funeral Mass celebrated Sept. 7 at Our Lady of Sorrows Convent, Brockton for the daughter of the late Peter and Elizabeth (Kudrevich) Kleponis; and sister of Vincent; Anne; South Boston; Frances Zinka, Medford; and Virginia Klaufer, Severna Park, Md. During her religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Conn.; Penn.; and locally at Saint Francis of Assisi (Lithuanian), Lawrence; Saint Peter (Lithuanian) South Boston; Saint Peter, Dorchester; Saint Casimir (Lithuanian), Brockton; and Our Lady of Sorrows, Brockton. Sister Marie Christine was buried in our Lady of Sorrows Convent Cemetery, Brockton.

  • Sister Mary Jude Regina (Ann) Morrison, O.Carm.

    Sister Mary Jude Regina (Ann) Morrison, O.Carm. (Sept. 8) in Framingham. Funeral Mass celebrated Sept. 12 at Holy Family Chapel, Framingham for the daughter of the late Austin and Bridget (Gibbons) Morrison. During 64 years of religious life, Sister served in congregational assignments in Ireland; N.Y.; Penn.; and locally at Saint Patrick Manor, Framingham. Sister Marie Christine was buried in Queen of Carmel Cemetery, Germantown, N.Y.