Mother Mary Lange returns to the Oblate Sisters of Providence [Pictures]
Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange has long been a vivid presence at the headquarters of the Oblate Sisters of Providence, the order of African-American Catholic nuns she founded in Baltimore in 1829. As part of an ongoing campaign to have her declared a saint, church officials received and interred her mortal remains at the order's home base in Arbutus on Monday, June 3.
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Mother Mary Lange Oblate Sisters
Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori places the remains of Mother Mary Lange into a case before attendees of the ceremony are able to walk by and see them up close. Monday, June 3, 2013 in Arbutus.