Sisters Sheilagh Martin and Evelyn Williams of the Sisters of Charity Halifax traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana for...
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What’s Happening in Kansas City?!
by Elizabeth Astridge | May 10, 2016 | News, Sisters of Charity
Opportunities for hospitality/short term volunteering in the K.C. metro area are taken advantage of by several groups...
Rededication of the SVHRC Chapel
by Elizabeth Astridge | May 7, 2016 | News, Sisters of Charity
St. Vincent’s Healthcare and Rehab Center (SVHRC), formally St. Vincent’s Nursing Home, a division of St. Joseph's...
Seton Hill Sisters of Charity – Johnstown Flood
by John Freund, CM | Jun 7, 2014 | Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
Sister of Charity (Seton Hill) Archivist Sister Louise Grundish has contributed a series of posts on the occasion of the 125th Anniversary of the Johnstown Flood. Click here to visit the first post of the blog and learn about the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill who...
Dying and Rising: Discernment and the Pascal Mystery
by John Freund, CM | Jun 4, 2014 | Sisters of Charity
S. Janet Gildea shares the intersecting lives of Casey and Annie.
How long does your trash live?
by John Freund, CM | Jun 4, 2014 | Justice and Peace, Sisters of Charity
The Sisters of Charity have posted an interactive graphic containing images of what we throw away. It depends.
A Sister of Charity and Billy the Kid
by John Freund, CM | May 26, 2014 | Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
Sister Blandina Segale, S.C, Sister of Charity who will soon bear the official Church title "Servant of God", was a pioneer in the fight against human trafficking and a probate officer. She founded the first Catholic settlement house in the United States. The motion...
SCN – Meeting of East and West
by John Freund, CM | May 19, 2014 | Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
Susan Gatz, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth president, sits in the middle with six SCN pre-novices during the Bangalore Province Assembly in Chandapura, India. The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are active in ministry in five countries. The Motherhouse is located in...
Leavenworth Sisters seek Campus Minister
by John Freund, CM | May 16, 2014 | Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
The University of Saint Mary is a Roman Catholic university sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth. The Campus Minister is responsible for facilitating opportunities for the faith development of all students at the University of Saint Mary while providing...
Sister of Charity at ends of the earth
by John Freund, CM | May 14, 2014 | Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
In her "retirement" a Sister of Charity serves on the shores of the Arctic Ocean and continues a life of pioneering in ministry. High in the western Canadian Arctic, Sister Fay Trombley has been a pastoral leader among Inuvialuit indigenous people since November...
“Charity Connections” addresses advocacy, collaboration
by John Freund, CM | May 10, 2014 | Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
CHARITY CONNECTIONS is publication of the Sisters of Charity Federation exploring Contemporary Implications of our Vincentian-Setonian Heritage. This issue - Number 48, Spring 2014 - explores the advocacy role of the Sisters of Charity Federation Maritime Project in...
“Social Justice in a Life of Charity”
by John Freund, CM | May 8, 2014 | Poverty: Analysis and Responses, Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
"Social Justice in a Life of Charity” was the theme of the 2014 annual gathering of the Company of Charity Formation Personnel (CCFP) held April 23-26 at the motherhouse of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, OH. Eighteen Vocation directors and formation personnel...