Nano Nagle Place is a living legacy says Sister Julie Watson

Sister Julie Watson, the Congregation Leader of the Presentation Sisters is the guest for the final episode of the special series that took us from the closing of the school doors at South Pres to what we know and enjoy today as Nano Nagle Place.

She has had a fascinating career, having spent 24 years in Pakistan doing what she was passionate about, which was teaching and it is there that she started to fully appreciate Nano Nagle and was quite moved as the children spoke about Nano in the present tense.

Nano Nagle Place is beyond all her expectations and she views it as a “living legacy” of Nano’s work and life.

She speaks about the now, the future and importance of “walking lightly on the earth and harnessing the energy of love”

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