Sr. Mary John Staunton – The privilege of working with the children at St. Pauls School

In this special episode we chat with Sister Mary John Staunton, a pupil of South Pres who entered the order there in 1959 and subsequently went on to spend 35 years at St. Pauls School.

She chats about the early days in school and how her role model, Sister Agnes used to go out of her way to look after the very poor children.

She also talks about the founding of Saint Pauls school, which looked after children with severe learning difficulties and the very special privilege that it was to look after them.

Enjoy the show

Skip to content