MacNeil, a Sister of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, was a
teacher for 35 years and taught for 31 years at St. Patrick's-Alexandra
School. She has served for 37 years in Saint Patrick's Parish and at
present does volunteer work in the parish and diocese.
has been a parishioner since 1999. She is a member of the Liturgy
Committee, African Choir, Children's Education Committee,
Administrative Committee and is involved in Stewardship for the parish.
from India first moved to Toronto, came to Halifax almost
two years ago and joined Saint Patrick’s Church where her son was
George LeRue has been a parishioner since 1964
and is an usher.
Luke Flinnwas baptized at Saint Patrick's 88 years ago and
is an usher.
George LeRue and Luke Flinn
was baptized at Saint Patrick's Church
82 years ago.
Peter Paul, deceased Oct. 2010,
but still very much a part of the Saint Patrick's Church Restoration
Lydia and Leo Ashe
Leo and Lydia Ashe
from Beechville have been parishioners for 47 years.
Helen Slaunwhite, has been a
parishioner for 78 years.
Cecil Oakley, a former Sunday
school teacher and a former member of The Holy Name Society of Saint
Patrick's Church, has been a part of Saint Patrick's for all of his 90
Helen Slaunwhite and Cecil Oakley
years old, is a lifelong parishioner of Saint Patrick's Church.
Elizabeth is an important member of the church community and assists in
all aspects of church activities. Along with her duties as an altar
person she sets up the table for refreshments after Sunday service and
for hall meetings. She also looks after the plants and assists with the
Fred Purcell, who assists with the
collection, has been a parishioner for 70 years.
a school vice-principal, has been a parishioner for 7 years.