Track 1: Growing up in Dublin in the 1940s and 50s, her early life, and the reasons why she entered the Sisters of Charity. Track 2: Professed in 1965, she taught in Ballaghadereen for two years to work in catering/housekeeping. In 1969 travelled to Chikuni, Zambia, for ministry in Chikuni Girls School. In 1973 she went to study in Bristol. In 1977 to 1992 her ministry was mainly in two schools: Roma Girls Secondary School, Lusaka and Chikuni Girls Secondary School, Southern Province. Track 3: In 1992 she took up a new appointment in Nigeria for 10 years as Regional Leader, concentrating on the formation of sisters, development of communities and ministries. Track 4: Her return to Ireland to a new post as Congregational Bursar.