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    Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy - Photo courtesy of Sister Annemarie Kiah | of | Share this photo

    Sister Annemarie Kiah lights a candle on birthday cake for one of her second-grade students at Holy Cross School in South Portland in 2006. Kiah taught at 11 parochial and Native American schools across Maine from 1962 to 2010, spending the last 19 years at Holy Cross.

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    At left, Sister Annemarie Kiah of South Portland, a member of the Sisters of Mercy, photographed when she was a teacher at the Indian Township in Princeton in 1978 and at right, photographed last month.

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    Sister Annemarie Kiah of South Portland talks with four-year-old Kian Bradbury of Kennebunkport at Mercy hospital. Kian, who was a patient at Mercy is held by friend Shannon Hartmann also of Kennebunkport. Sister Kiah volunteers at the hospital.

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    Sister Annemarie Kiah makes labels for blankets that will be given to newborn babies at at Mercy hospital.

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    Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy - Photo courtesy of St. Anthony Messenger | of | Share this photo

    Sister Maureen Wallace reads to first-graders at the Pleasant Point Indian Reservation in Perry in 1992. Wallace was a teacher, then principal at Beatrice Rafferty Elementary School from 1967 to 1998.

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    Sister Maureen Wallace of Portland, a member of the Sisters of Mercy, is seen at left in her graduation photo from Cathedral High School in Portland in June 1961, a few months before she joined the order, and at right in a photograph taken last month.

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    Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy - Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Sister Carol Lachance of The Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy talks with residents of Deering Pavilion during lunchtime.

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    Sister Carol Lachance of The Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy walks through the dining area at Deering Pavilion on Forest Avenue where she works full time.

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    Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy - Photo courtesy of Sister Carol Lachance | of | Share this photo

    Sister Carol Lachance of Portland, a sister of The Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, is seen in this photograph from the mid-80s with Sister Joyce Mahany from when Lachance was a novice at St. Joseph's Convent on Stevens Avenue.

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    Sister Carol Lachance of Portland, center, back row, poses with three women from the Pleasant Point Indian Reservation in Perry who attended the celebration of Lachance's final vows to join the Sisters of Mercy in 1993. From left are Barbara Tomah Dore, Elizabeth Tomah and Susan Newell, who burned dried sage during the ceremony as a traditional Native American smudge blessing.

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    Sister Carol Lachance of Portland, a member of the Sisters of Mercy, at left in her graduation photo from Gorham High School in 1979 and at right, photographed last month.

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    Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy - Photo courtesy of Sister Patricia Pora | of | Share this photo

    Sister Patricia Pora at work in the mountainous region of Pacaipama, Peru, in 1992. Pora served a community of 24,000 people spread among remote farming villages that often could be reached only by foot or mule.

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    Sister Patricia Pora's graduation photo from Windham High School in 1967. She joined the Sisters of Mercy that fall.

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    Sister Patricia Pora of The Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy prays during mass.

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    Sister Patricia Pora of The Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy hugs Jose Valencia of Old Orchard Beach before the start of mass at Sacred Heart Church.

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    Sister Patricia Pora of The Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy speaks with a parishioner at Sacred Heart Church.

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    Sister Patricia Pora of The Congregation of Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy pats a young parishioner on the head as she makers her way through the congregation while giving the Sign of Peace during Sunday mass at Sacred Heart Church in the West End.

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