With a strong commitment to be one organization with one name in one building and the mission to serve persons living...
Sisters of Charity
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.
One of our sisters (Sister Dorothy Gallant, SC) knew a Sister of Mercy (Sister Teresa Skehan, RSM) and they were very...
The month of September marks many milestones across the Vincentian Family. This is a wonderful time for us to reflect on the growing spirit of collaboration among the many branches of the Vincentian Family.
Patricia Wittberg, a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati and professor of sociology at Indiana University-Purdue University, is one of the co-authors of New Generations of Catholic Sisters: The Challenge of Diversity.
Rockin' and Rollin' with the Sisters of Leavenworth seems like a very creative way for the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth to interact with students on the campus of the University of St. Mary. Many of their students had never met sisters before. USM students...
“Living Lives of Love – Now in our 3rd century” tells a story that has roots over 200 years ago. But recently the Sisters of Charity have started sharing that story in a new way in this digital age with a revised website under banner Living Lives of Love.
Floods Threaten Villages & SCN Ministries in Western Nepal. The district of Surkhet where Sisters work in ministry, was the hardest hit by the rains.
The website of the Sisters of Charity of Halifax offers its Summer Edition of Charity Federation Lifelines.
The Board of the SC Federation announces the hiring of Sister Teresa Kotturan, SC Nazareth, as the next Federation NGO Representative, continuing our presence at the United Nations in its international efforts to promote peace, justice and human dignity for all
August is a month of anniversaries for the Sisters of Charity. A major anniversary occurs on August 7 for the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill.
Sr. Judith Metz, SC writes “No one would doubt we live in extremely troubled times. Perhaps we can draw strength as Judith Metz, S.C. reflects on Elizabeth Seton’s Spirituality of Trust