Dr Sr Mary Glowrey JMJ (1887-1957) is only the second Australian to be considered for official recognition as a saint. She was declared a Servant of God in 2013.
Mary qualified in medicine in 1910. In 1920 she went to Guntur, India, where she became a religious Sister and spent the rest of her life serving the medical and spiritual needs of thousands of the most marginalised people.
Museum hours are:
Monday to Thursday: 10am - 1pm; 2pm - 4pm
Friday: 10am - 1pm
The museum is closed on public holidays.
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The Mary Glowrey Museum has produced a souvenir booklet of Mary Glowrey's life.
Cost: $15, plus $2 postage per booklet.
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Mary Glowrey Museum
PO Box 167