Congratulations on 200 years of devoted service to the Church and especially the people of New York. I have so many wonderful fond memories of the Sisters who taught me at Epiphany School (1955-63) in Manhattan. Those Sisters made me want to be a Religious and a Teacher.

I am proud to say that because of them I am both a Religious (Franciscan Brother) and have taught Elementary and High School for the past 43 years. I am currently a high school principal. Much of what I do today is reflective of the great Sisters who taught me and who were Christ to me and my classmates. I am certain that they all share heaven with our God today. I am still privileged to hear from my 4th and 7th Grade teacher, Sister Joseph Loretto ( Sr. Elizabeth Butler). I have told countless children of this great Sister of Charity. Sister was able to give of herself to every child in her care. I am who I am today thanks to Sister Jospeh Loretta and all those great women who gave their life to the students at Epiphany.

May God continue to bless the work of your hands, dear Sisters. Mother Seton is proud of her girls!!!!!!!!!!

Brother David Anthony Migliorino, OSF ( John Migliorino class of 1963 Epiphany School )