Articles for New York

Celebrating Sisters of Charity as leaders

Joan Piazza, in her stereotype-challenging book If Nuns Ruled the World: Ten Sisters on a Mission includes two members of the Sisters of Charity Federation.

Anne Merwin – walking in the shoes of Elizabeth Seton

Anne Merwin has almost literally walked in the shoes of Elizabeth Seton. Like Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, Anne Merwin has been a debutante, wife, mother Episcopalian, convert to Catholicism, and a resident of New York City and Baltimore. (1) And these are just some of...

Sisters of Charity and housing ministry

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.

Regina Bechtle, SC reflects on Elizabeth and Epiphany

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.

Sisters of Charity (NY) Advent reflections

Sr. Regina Bechtle, SC begins the Sisters of Charity of New York series of reflections on Advent. "The season of Advent challenges us: “Don’t let the bad news get you down, don’t let it cloud your vision. Keep looking around, keep staying awake (Mark). The signs of...

Remember the Sisters!

Remember the Sisters  Sister Jane Iannucelli, President of the Sisters of Charity of New York, asks Christine Quinn, Scott Stringer, Amanda Burden, Brad Hoylman and Bill Rudin, to name the triangular park in front of St. Vincent’s after her order. The Sisters of...

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