Eight women left their Tennessee home on November 1, 1858, traveling northwest to Kansas, where they would serve as a community according to the Rule of St. Vincent de Paul.
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Under an adapted Rule of the French Daughters of Charity approved by Archbishop Carroll, a novitiate was completed, and seventeen women became the first vowed American Sisters of Charity July 19, 1813.
The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton has provided an opportunity to virtually pray the Stations of the Cross from the historic White House where Mother Seton taught, prayed, and died.
“Every day, I learn from the people that I serve.” -Sister Bev Hoffman, SCN
See a timeline of the history of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, along with some links to more complete histories of their Community.
Here are some videos from a series called “Why I love the SCLs” (Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth).
A video to watch in celebration of the anniversary of the Establishment of the Sisters of Charity Federation of North America.
Prayer service for the birthday of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton on August 28.
The Sisters of Charity of New York elected Sister Donna Dodge as its 25th president, guiding the holy women into the group’s third century of service.
In a video created by the Sisters of Charity of New York, ministry leaders respond to the question: “Who is our neighbor?”– those most in need of our love and support in our times.
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, during their recently finished General Assembly, they published the following Public Statement.