Hospital Sisters of the Third Order Regular of St. Francis

Sister M. Satura Huth

✝ Sunday, October 24th 2021

God has written us in His hands and His hands are good hands.(Cardinal Höffner)

Trusting in God's merciful love, yesterday afternoon on October 24, 2021, our dear Sister M. Satura Huth, gave her earthly life back into God’s hands, in the hope of an eternal life in the fullness of God.

Sister M. Satura was born on September 7, 1924 in Rietberg and entered our congregation on April 2, 1949. She made her first profession on October 28, 1951.

Sister M. Satura trained as a nurse in 1952 and as a medical-technical assistant in 1955. She then worked as a laboratory assistant in the St. Josef Hospital in Cloppenburg from 1955 and in the St. Bonifatius Hospital in Lingen from 1969. She enjoyed being a laboratory assistant and took care of the sick lovingly, accurately and reliably. 

In 1989, she moved to the St. Willehad Hospital in Wilhelmshaven. In the beginning, she was in the hospital library and took care of the retreat house. Her life was marked by trust in God, helpfulness and kindness of heart. She was especially appreciated for her friendly manner and her kindness towards people. 

In March 2003, she came to Telgte in Haus Maria-Hilf. Sister M. Satura often and gladly stayed in the embroidery room and made many articles for the annual Christmas bazaar. 

Due to her increasing physical limitations, Sister M. Satura moved to St. Heriburg House in Münster in the summer of 2015. According to her vocation, she faithfully followed her path of faith. Personal prayer and the Holy Scriptures were always a source of strength for her. In the last weeks, she was increasingly dependent on help and care. Yesterday afternoon, at about 3.50 p.m., the Lord God took her home.  

We trust that Sister M. Satura now behold Christ, the light of life. HE will receive her and complete her in his love. In gratitude, we bid her farewell and remember her in prayer.

We will celebrate the Eucharist on Thursday, October 28, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. in the Motherhouse Church in Munster; followed by burial in the Sisters' Cemetery. Because of the Corona situation, the usual rules apply.