Houston History Magazine panel discussion “San José Clinic: Forever Healing” features Sr. Pauline Troncale, CCVI

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of San José Clinic, Houston History Magazine and UH Center for Public History hosted a virtual panel discussion on Jan. 19 exploring the legacy of the clinic offering healthcare to Houston’s underserved. The panel discussion, which featured Sr. Pauline Troncale, CCVI, clinic director between 1990-1992, was in conjunction with the launch of the latest issue of the magazine which tells the stories of the clinic’s founding and the many women and groups that have supported its mission since 1922, including the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, Houston.

Sr. Pauline joined Maureen Sanders, SJC President and CEO, Larry Massey, President of the Scanlan Foundation and Anne Quirk, a volunteer for six decades and member of the Charity Guild of Catholic Women to explore the past, present and future of the clinic. To read stories from the latest issue click here: www.houstonhistorymagazine.org

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