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Buying the Field  (Pathways:  Fall, 2008)
Building on a Rock  (Pathways:  Advent, 2008)
Wisdom’s House  (Pathways:  Lent, 2009)
Completing the Work  (Pathways:  Summer, 2009)

She Built My Diocese  (Pathways:  Advent, 2009)
The Cabin in Maryglade  (Pathways:  Fall, 2009)
The Case of the Kidnapped Nun (Pathways:  Lent, 2010)
The Sacred Heart Shrine (Pathways:  Fall, 2010)
The Last Pioneer – Sister Leona Michlitch 1869-1966 (Pathways:  Advent, 2010)
The Tekakwitha Shrine (Pathways:  Lent, 2011)
The Bell Benedict  (Pathways:  Advent, 2011)
Let’s Start a College!  (Pathways: Lent, 2012)
Finding Buried Treasure (Pathways:  Summer, 2012)
Gone But Not Forgotten (Pathways:  Fall, 2012)
Up on the Farm (Pathways: Advent, 2012)
The Best of Times and the Worst of Times (Pathways: Lent, 2013)
St. Gertrudes’s School of Art and Crafts (Pathways: Summer, 2013)
Stanbrook Hall High School (Pathways: Fall, 2013)
The First Schools in Duluth – Part 1 (Pathways: Summer, 2014)
The First Schools in Duluth, Part 2 (Pathways: Fall, 2014)
The Monastery Crucifix (Pathways: Lent, 2016)
Echoes from The Past (Pathways: Summer, 2016)
Memories of Catholic Grade School Years (Pathways: Summer, 2016)
The Summer Express (Pathways: Advent, 2016)
Lake Placid: A Place of Peace (Pathways: Advent, 2016)
Mother Scholastica’s Essays (Pathways: Lent, 2017)
Sister Timothy’s Prison Ministry (Pathways: Lent, 2017)
“I Remember When..”: Sisters’ Favorite Stories (Pathways: Fall, 2017)
Sister Victorine’s Lifelong Impact on Her Students (Pathways: Fall, 2017)
Remembering: Waverly House (Pathways: Advent, 2014)
The Sisters and the Bishops (Pathways: Lent, 2015)
Early Ministries of the Sisters of St. Scholastica Monastery (Pathways: Fall, 2015)
To Chile and Back (Pathways: Advent, 2015)

Another World  (Pathways:  Summer, 2005)

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