This December, I had the pleasure of going on the first round of virtual service immersions. For four days I zoomed into St. Louis, Missouri to learn about anti-racism through the Vincentian charism.
For J’mi Worthen, the aspiration to become an Ozanam Scholar came from a deep desire to explore social justice at a higher level.
At the beginning of quarantine, we were told to begin social distancing. As the weeks went on, my actions stayed the same, but my terminology changed to “physical distancing.”
When I recall the beginning of MISEVI Poland during the summer of 2014, the first picture that comes to my mind is this: four girls, not fully aware of what they are going to face.
Early in April, volunteers of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, in collaboration with Hand in Hand Ministry, built a home in Belize City.
Arizona State University professor and author Catherine O’Donnell will be at the Seton Shrine to talk about her newest biography on Elizabeth Ann Seton.
The Sisters of Charity Federation is hosting a series of online video reflections during Lent, beginning Sunday, March 10.
Sandra Jurani has been hired as the first National Executive Director of the Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc. and will begin at the end of February.
Based on the practices ingrained during CVV I have a solid foundation to build from, a comfort level with introspection, vulnerability, and thoughtfulness..
Nicholas J. VanSlyke, a cadet in St. John’s Red Storm Battalion of the US Army ROTC has dedicated his college years to preparing to serve our country.