Mary Mackillop was the first canonized saint of Australia. She was canonized on October 17, 2010. She founded a religious order of nuns to teach in schools she built for the needy children who could otherwise not get an education.
That is the name Mary Mackillop chose when she became a nun.
Yes, Mary MacKillop was a Catholic.
Mary MacKillop was never married.
She is referred to as Saint Mary Mackillop.
Mary mackillop was working in fitzroy Perth
Mother Mary is Jesus's mother and Mary is Mary Mackillop
Mary Mackillop was born January 15, 1842.
Mary Mackillop had seven brothers and sisters
Mary MacKillop College was created in 1991.
Mary Mackillop was excommunicated on the 22nd of September in 1871.
Mary Mackillop became a nun when she was 44 in 1867
Mary MacKillop went to various private schools?
Mary MacKillop was a nun, and therefore did not marry.
Mary Mackillop died in Sidney, Australia.
August 8 is the feast day of Mary Mackillop.
Mary MacKillop College's motto is 'Called to Life'.
Yes. Mr Mackillop did teach Mary Mackillop to write be then he left.
Mary Mackillop was announced a saint on October 17, 2010!
No, Mary Mackillop was a sister and never married nor did she have any children.
Mary Mackillop was born January 15,1842 then died august 8,1909
Mary Mackillop was a teacher in Melbourne and Portland, Australia.
Mary Mackillop was born in Australia on January 15, 1842.
Bishop Sheil excommunicated Mary MacKillop but lifted it on his deathbed.
Blessed Mary MacKillop was born on January 15, 1842.
Mary Mackillop was born in Australia. Her parents were from Scotland, however.