Sister Theresa Frey, IBVM, was a teacher for 30 years including two years in Toronto where she taught after she took her final vows as an IBVM (Institute of Blessed
Virgin Mary) Sister. That followed 28 years of teaching in various Saskatchewan communities before she took up parish work for the Regina Archdiocese as an administrator in parishes around Sedley and Marquis, Saskatchewan. Since retiring “for the third time” she settled in Regina where she has volunteered and served in Regina churches. In recognition of her varied vocation throughout her 65 years as teacher, parish administrator and volunteer, the Regina Catholic School Board, at a February 2 luncheon honoring men and women in consecrated life, presented her with a Wilf Perreault print. She had no idea she was to receive the print and was very surprised and pleased.
Frey described her vocation, in an interview with the PM, as a call from God. “I was a typical teenager. I went to dances and had boyfriends...Read More