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#IamVincent: Transformative Experiences

“A personally transformative experience involves an experience that transforms the self, the subjective preferences, or the epistemic states of a knower in some deep and perhaps even unpredictable way.” A transformative experience working in health and advocacy, this story comes from Elisabet Barrios, VMC volunteer 2014-2015. Let it be part of your reflection this Easter […]

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College of St. Elizabeth goes coed

Statement  that the College of St. Elizabeth goes coed… The College of Saint Elizabeth, which has provided undergraduate education for young women since 1899, will become fully coeducational for fall 2016. This decision to accept male students into the daytime programs was made by the Board of Trustees on June 12, 2015, after more than a […]

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National Nurse Week – Celebrating with a Sister of Charity

National Nurse’s Week 2014… To be a nurse! Where does the impulse to spend one’s life around people who are sick and vulnerable come from? Many will say it’s a sad way to live. To those of us who are nurses, this way of life is as natural as waves in the ocean and crackling logs […]

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Daughters of Charity Health System seeks buyer

The Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS) Board of Directors announced today its decision to solicit proposals from Catholic, public, non-profit and for-profit organizations to purchase DCHS hospitals individually or the health system in its entirety. This decision follows a lengthy process during which DCHS leadership carefully reviewed its options to preserve its hospitals and […]

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“Women of Spirit” Exhibit’s Virtual Home

From the Daughters of Charity Health System… “The National Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America exhibit completed its two year run last January when it made its last stop at The California Museum in Sacramento. The national part of the exhibit was then dismantled, but the California Story lives on! We were able to raise enough […]

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Daughters of Charity and HIV/AIDS

Daughters of Charity International Project Services December 1st was World AIDS Day. The Daughters of Charity have long been addressing HIV/AIDS, particularly in Africa through a holistic program of education, testing and treatment know as project DREAM, which stands for Drug Resource Enhancement Against AIDS and Malnutrition. DREAM has been recognized by the World Health […]

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News of the Brothers of Charity

News of the Brothers of Charity

The international NGO for development cooperation of the Brothers of Charity  Training by Fracarita International in Sri Lanka From October 17th till 24th, the regional coordinators of our seven country offices in Asia gathered in Sri Lanka, together with the regional bursars and regional superiors of the congregation, for a one week training session organized by Fracarita […]

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St. Vincent Health System 125th anniversary

St. Vincent Health System, Arkansas founded by the SIsters of Charity of Nazareth celebrates 125th anniversary Then Little Rock health system began with six nuns, 10 beds, the first hospital in Little Rock. Now with three hospitals the system has culminated its yearlong 125th anniversary observance Oct. 9. As Sister Margaret Meisner, SCN, the last remaining resident […]

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+Bp. Joseph Sullivan – “Advocate for the poor”

“Advocate for the poor” – This is how the  New York Times fittingly describes Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan, whose work on behalf of the poor and downtrodden for Catholic Charities in Brooklyn and Queens earned him national recognition, died on Friday as a result of injuries from a car accident. He was 83. In 1980, […]

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