Sister Susan

We are deeply saddened by the loss of one of the co-founders of the Toronto Out Of The Cold program. Sister Susan will be remembered for her tireless efforts to assist the homeless in downtown Toronto. We extend our deepest sympathies.
MORAN, Sister Susan, O.L.M. – Suddenly on Sunday, December 18, 2016 at the Residence of Our Ladies Missionaries.
Sister Susan was born in Montreal to her beloved parents Thomas and Kathleen Moran (nee O’Connell).
She was raised in Toronto and studied at Loretto Abbey and Toronto Teacher’s College. After teaching in Toronto for a few years she entered Our Ladies Missionaries in 1963. She continued to teach in Toronto and worked as a Pastoral Minister at St. Michael’s College School which let to her co-founding the Out of the Cold program.
Sister Susan obtained her Masters in Theological Studies at St. Augustine’s College. She was also awarded the Order of Canada and received many recognitions for her work with the homeless, to whom she devoted her love and her life.
Sister Susan will be sadly missed by her sister Maureen (Michael Eustace) and her brother Dan (Karen Moran). Loving aunt of Mary Jo, DeeDee, Michael, Liz, Ed and Paul and 12 great-nieces and nephews.
Donations to The Out of the Cold in your faith community would be appreciated as your expression of sympathy.
“Think of her when you walk by someone out on the street.”

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