The grandmotherly woman tugged gently on my arm, silently commanding me to stop walking for a moment. “Oh, the women’s...
Tracy Kemme, soon to make her vows as a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, shares a moving reflection that bridges a...
I wondered, “What dangers, real or perceived, cause me to limit my possibilities or alter my course when I am discerning God’s call?”
Sister Anthony O’Connell was known throughout the Union Army as “the Angel of the Battlefield.”
Although community is largely what draws me to this vocation, I did not previously understand how deeply woven it is into poverty, celibacy and obedience.
When one looks at what dedicated women religious have done in health care, educationand in general, going to the peripheries” the question naturally arises. So just how do sisters keep writing “new chapters” in their lives?
Sr. Janey GIldea SC [pick of the challenge of Pope Francis,
As we begin the celebration of Black History Month some might be interested in the work of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati in combatting racism.
These women have risked a joyful “yes” to a road not often traveled.
Instead of resolutions for change, entering the new year can be a good time to take inventory of what is working for you at this point in your life, what you are good at, what you are learning and developing.
Tracy Kemme SC reflects on “Thin places” – The Celtic saints spoke of “thin places.”
Sister of Charity sociologist on Apostolic Visitation Report – Patricia Wittberg, S.C. (Cincinnati) , is professor of sociology at Indiana University who points out that the report challenges preconceptions about three groups but does not address the most serious challenge to religious life.