Patricia Daly, nun who led moral battles in corporate world, dies at 66
By Brian Murphy
The Washington Post
December 29, 2022
In 1977, a 21-year-old novice who was starting her life as a Dominican nun showed up the annual meeting of the textile company J.P. Stevens, which was locked in a fight with employees seeking union representation.
The novice’s order, Sisters of Saint Dominic of Caldwell, had Stevens stock in its retirement portfolio, she had discovered. Now, Patricia Daly wanted to see how the union issue would play out at the meeting in New York.