The School Sisters of Notre Dame affirmed the passings to CNN subsidiary WTMJ, adding the sisters kicked the bucket of difficulties brought about by the infection.
“All of our sisters are truly significant,” Sister Debra Sciano, the common head of the School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Pacific Province, told the news station.
The office was first settled as a halfway house however later turned into a home for older and sick sisters, as indicated by the School Sisters of Notre Dame site.
The passing came a while after six nuns kicked the bucket of Covid-19 at Our Lady of the Angels Convent, in Greenfield, which is about resigned strict sisters from the School Sisters of St. Francis and the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
It added the sisters have been following CDC rules, including wearing veils, social separating and normal hand washing, the station revealed.
Among the nuns lost to the infection was Sister Rose Feess, who was known for her “showing expertise, particularly her thoughtfulness regarding language and composing, her confidence, her sharp mind and her adoration for felines,” the Notre Dame School of Milwaukee wrote in a Facebook post.
Another, Sister Lillia Langreck, had been “vigorously engaged with racial and social equity endeavors” for as long as 60 years, as indicated by the partner, including the Milwaukee walks for reasonable houses and coordinated transportation.