Stephen M. Colecchi, D. Min., Director, Office of International Justice and Peace, USCCB.

“I can not thank you enough for agreeing to be the international plenary speaker at our Social Ministry Gathering. Your reflection on “Bread Broken and Shared: International Justice in the Year of the Eucharist” was amazing. It was both deeply moving and spiritually challenging in terms of substance”. February, 2005.


Mary Beth O'Brien, President, Ladies of Charity of USA .

“Certainly your keynote was the hall mark of the day. Some participants felt that they wished they had a video of your presentation to share with others. Some commented on the beautiful images you left with them. Still others talked about your dedication, faith and love for the Eucharist.” September, 2005.


Sr Marlene Duffy, CDP., Director Parish Social Ministry, Catholic Charities, Pittsburg

“Thank you for your most beautiful and moving presentation at our National Assembly. I could not hold back my emotions and I knew all the Ladies felt that same way. In fact, as we sat at the Saturday evening liturgy and installation the lady next to me touched my arm as we went to receive the Eucharist and she said to me: “I will never think about the Eucharist in the same way. Sister Margaret was the best thing that happened in my life.”October, 2005.


Donna Ciangio O.P., Director Pastoral Services, National Pastoral Life Center, New York

“A great big thank you for being part of the Annual Parish Convention. It was a great blessing to have you with us and the participants felt energized by your session. You are so clear in your presentation and I think that you inspired and “educated” pastors, staff and parishioners.”  November, 2005


Rev. Paul Bernier, S.S.S., Editor, Emmanuel.

"Thank you for your inspiring and insightful contribution to Emmanuel.” November, 2005