The Sisters of Charity Federation of North America speaks out on Executive Orders
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Each month, the Sisters of Charity Federation will be posting images from Charity Federation archives that demonstrate how these congregations “Welcome the Stranger Among Us,” the theme of the 400th anniversary of Vincentian charism. This first month, the photograph comes from the Archives of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati and illustrates the work of […]
December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, is the traditional day on which Sisters of Charity reaffirm their vows.
Research reveals the great impact of the Sisters of Charity and Daughters of Charity in child care, health care, education and a variety of social services in North America.
The Sisters of Charity Federation members committed themselves to joining in prayer and fasting for wisdom and discernment as the U.S. moves toward the national elections. They call everyone to join in prayer and fasting especially on the 2nd Tuesday of every month in these months leading up to the November 2016 elections. From their […]
Celebrate the birthday of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton with these media resources.
Three Canadian women religious from the Sisters of Charity Federation participated in the 2016 World Social Forum (WSF) August 9-14 in Montreal, Quebec with thousands of people from around the world. The two Acadian (French-speaking) women religious were Sisters Hélène Allain of Moncton, New Brunswick (photo above left) and Irène Leger of Pointe-de-l’Église, Nova Scotia […]
Attention Job Seekers! A few sister-sponsored organizations and/or collaborations are looking to fill a few positions. Brief descriptions of the opportunities and links for more information on how to apply can be found below. PROGRAM COORDINATOR FOR PATH People Against Trafficking Humans Coalition of KY (PATH) is seeking an experienced and well-qualified candidate for the position of Program […]
This Tuesday, July 19, marks the day in 1813 when vows were pronounced for the first time by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and 17 other Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph’s, who adapted the vow formula of the Daughters of Charity. Learn more about the history of the Sisters of Charity in North America in […]
Tuesdays as a day of prayer and fasting for elections USA