WASHINGTON * It took Hanna Klaus, a gynecologist and a member of the Medical Mission Sisters, four years and $1.
What does MMS stand for?
MMS stands for Medical Mission Sisters
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- Mathematical Modelling and Simulation
- Matra Marconi Space (UK)
- Maximum Message Size
- Maxspeed Management Software (Maxspeed)
- McKnight Middle School
- Mechanized Mathematics Systems
- Medevac Mission Sensor (US Army)
- Media Marketing Services (various organizations)
- Media Monitoring Services
- Medical Materiel Sets
- Medication Management System
- Medicus Mundi Switzerland
- Mediterranean Microwave Symposium
- MegaMan Soccer (video game)
- Megasite Management System (brownfield revitalization)
- Membership Management System (Quincy, CA)
- Memorial Middle School (various locations)
- Memory Management System (Bellcore)
- Merchandise Management System (JDA Software Group Inc.)
- Meridian Motor Speedway
Samples in periodicals archive:
22 /PRNewswire/ -- Experts from Hospice of Philadelphia's bereavement program recently trained six retired Medical Mission Sisters to provide counseling on a volunteer basis.
Winter is a member of the Roman Catholic order of Medical Mission Sisters, and she has been writing biblical songs since the time of Vatican II in the 1960s.
Three of Tenet's institutional investors -- the Sisters of Saint Francis, the Medical Mission Sisters, and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Master Trust -- had filed shareholder proposals with the company, seeking to discontinue its use of PVC because of concerns about the potential health and environmental impacts of the plastic.
Today the Medical Mission Sisters are the largest Roman Catholic investor group in the ecumenical development bank.
What brought about the change in attitude," said Ziegler -- who had joined with Sister Regia Rowan of the Committee for Responsible Investment's Medical Mission Sisters in assembling the group five years ago -- "was that both sides learned to talk to and not at each other.
Canadian-born Klein-Gebbinck joined the Medical Mission Sisters at 36, attracted by their feminist perspective, accent on justice and their outreach to 20 nations on five continents.
She later spent a period with the Medical Mission Sisters but was not professed, then became a nurse.