The Life and Legacy of Saint Marianne Cope. By Sister Mary Francis Gangloff, OSF
312 page perfect bound edition with over 44 pages of color photographs
With an unique album of black and white photos from the 1901 to 1907 Kalaupapa collection of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary in Honolulu as well as 2011- 2012 photos by Sister Barbara Jean, and photos from Utica, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. and Oswego, N.Y. this book connects the life and legacy of Saint Marianne Cope, OSF with the history of New York State and the State of Hawai‘i with the long tradition of Franciscan compassion and care – in those States of Grace.
Sister Mary Francis Gangloff, OSF, a writer and artist who uses both traditional and electronic methods of research, worked on this book project in collaboration with three sisters and several others. She also composed the booklets titled: Ferns and Flowers and Heart of Hope, both about the life and legacy of Saint Marianne Cope.