Anne Merwin has almost literally walked in the shoes of Elizabeth Seton. Like Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, Anne Merwin...
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Women religious have a history of seeing needs and responding to them. Sister Donna Dodge and her community of the Sisters of Charity of New York walk in that tradition.
Epiphany – it’s no accident that the feast of St. Elizabeth Seton falls on or near this day each year. Epiphany celebrates a manifestation, a revelation, a great “aha” moment.
Can twenty six Catholic sisters in a Jewish Nursing Home find happiness? I personally never thought this would be something I would ever ask, much less find and answer to.
Sisters of Charity Halifax – 90 years in New York – This memorial booklet is not a history of the Sisters of Charity-Halifax in New York so much as a attempt to give you a sketch of the Sisters as they became part of New York’s history.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much more a video showing the Ladies of Charity USA in action in the new LCUSA video section they have added to their website.
“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.
The website of the Sisters of Charity of Halifax offers its Summer Edition of Charity Federation Lifelines.
Literally a life-line for the poor, at the epicenter of the AIDS epidemic, 9/11, the Triangle Shirtwaist fire, etc. four years ago it was forced to close. It was once the flagship of the Sisters of Charity New York as they served the poor. The New York Times reports...
What does “sponsorship” mean? The Spring-Summer edition of VISION, the newsletter of the Sisters f Charity of New York is available on line. It features, among other things, an article by Sr. Karen Helfenstein, SC on Sponsorship and what it means for the Sisters of Charity of New York.
National Nurse's Week 2014... To be a nurse! Where does the impulse to spend one's life around people who are sick and vulnerable come from? Many will say it's a sad way to live. To those of us who are nurses, this way of life is as natural as waves in the ocean and...
Founders’ Day ~ April 24, 2014 ~ College of Mount Saint Vincent, Bronx, NY 433rd anniversary of the birth of St. Vincent de Paul Reflections by Sister Eileen McGrory, SC In today’s gospel [Luke 24: 35-48] we hear the words, “Jesus stood in their midst and said to...