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One of the highlights of the trip was meeting with the Seven Dolor Sisters.
The tomb of Blessed Emilie Gamelin
Gathered around the tomb are (from left) Sisters Ana Dolores Orellana Gamero, Gabrielle Nguyen and Susanne Hartung, Provincial Councilor Maureen Newman, and Sisters Suzette Bautista, Dianne Crawford, Lang Tran, Terese Frigon, who heads the cause for Mother Gamelin’s canonization, and Felma Cerezo.
This statue of Mother Emilie Gamelin is beside the altar at the motherhouse chapel.