A window at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Memphis, Tennessee commemorates Sr. Constance and all other members of the Community of St. Mary, which has served the cathedral community since 1873. Their best known work was caring for the sick and dying during a yellow fever outbreak in 1878. The popular term “Martyrs of Memphis” is applied to all those in the city and from elsewhere who provided care, regardless of religious affiliation. (Gary Bridgman/Wikipedia)

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