Funeral DetailsFuneral: 12 noon
Tuesday 10th June 2014 at St Carthages Catholic Church, 123 Royal Pde, Parkville, VIC
Following refreshments at St Carthage's Presbytery (30 Bayles St), the Funeral will leave for burial at 2pm at Melbourne General Cemetery, College Cres, Parkville.
Please Donate...As a tribute we would ask you to donate to Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking of Humans in memory of Frances Carol.
Memories of Frances Carol (Sister Carol) Hogan SSS
Carol passed away at Mary McKillop Aged Care in Hawthorn Melbourne at about 5:30am on Monday 2 June 2014 after a battle with cancer.
A sister of the Blessed Sacrament whose life and work were themselves sacraments of a deeper and broader reality, she will be sadly missed by her family, members of her religious congregation, and those whose lives she touched through her chaplaincies, her strong commitment to equality for women in the Church as much as without and her work for justice, especially against human trafficking.
“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.”
Who can find a woman of worth?
Far beyond jewels is her value ...
She reaches out her hands to the poor,
and extends her arms to the needy ...
She is clothed with strength and dignity,
and laughs at the days to come ...
She opens her mouth in wisdom;
kindly instruction is on her tongue ...
Charm is deceptive and beauty fleeting;
the woman who fears the LORD is to be praised ...
Acclaim her for the work of her hands.
and let her deeds praise her at the city gates.
|There are 6 personal tributes|
June 15th, 2014 at 10:11 pm
Carol's kindness must have helped so many students. I know she made a difference for me.
June 7th, 2014 at 8:31 pm
A dear friend and neighbour who had a genuine love and interest in everyone. I always admired Carol's energy and enthusiasm.
June 4th, 2014 at 8:27 pm
Carol's unswerving desire for the equality of women in our church and for the dignity of the world's women and peoples is not in vain. May we stand firm in hope, awaiting the realisation of her deepest longings.
June 3rd, 2014 at 8:55 am
My early years at Melb Uni were shaped by the chaplaincy crew. Carol's support, willingness to share her journey and thoughts and her gentle nature still echo in my mind 30 years later. She brought joy, justice and love to all she did. Thank you. God bless.
June 3rd, 2014 at 6:48 am
I first met Carol in 1980 at the Catholic Chaplaincy as a first year University of Melbourne student finding the whole experience very challenging. Carol struck me as a loving and generous woman who always generated a respectful and welcoming space for students. I admired her greatly and know that the other students admired her greatly. RIP Darling Carol xxx