Born in Adelaide on 6 August 1930.

Died peacefully in

Calvary Flora McDonald Retirement Community

on 7 May 2022.

 

Much loved daughter of Francis and Winifred,

sister of Margaret, Robert, Peter and Donald.

 

Remembered and loved member of the

Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the Sacred Heart.

 

With gratitude for the care of

Sisters, Family, Doctors and Staff of Calvary Flora.

 

In God’s Loving Care

 

MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL

for the late

Sr ROBERT AITKEN

will be Celebrated in

St Joseph’s Convent Chapel,

286 Portrush Road, Kensington

on WEDNESDAY, May 18, 2022

commencing at 10:30 a.m.

Please note that masks are required in the Convent Chapel.

 

Following Mass,

the Rite of Committal will take place

at St Joseph’s Cemetery,

Blythewood Road, Mitcham.

 

The Funeral Mass will also be available by livestream.

Please use the link provided above.

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Father John Fleming -

Sister Robert was always an inspiration to me. She held fast to the Catholic Church. She had such a strong personal relationship with our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ that she was an example to us all, especially priests. Wherever she went she was identifiable as a Nun, and remembered for all her good works carried out i the name of of Christ. +RIP.


Katrina van Ruth rsj -

May dear Robert rest in peace. I am sure that she is now enjoying the reward of a faithful life of Josephite service. I always felt a special connection with Robert as from the day that I entered the convent, way back in 1965, she always called me "Twinnie" due to the supposed resemblance that we shared. So glad to have been able to share some time with her earlier this year when I was in Australia.


Leon & Denise Grealy & family -

In memory of Leon’s dear cousin Sr Robert. We remember her lovely smile and love of family. But most of all devotion to her vocation as a Josephite nun and especially the support of the vulnerable in the Adelaide community and her frequent visits to indigenous patients at QEH.


Jeff Wright -

Dear Sister Roberts. Thank you for your friendship and your pearls of wisdom. I loved our little talks after Sunday Mass. You were a beacon of light to the world wearing your Josephite Habit proudly for the Lord. You were an inspiration to us all. +RIP dear Sister.