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Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Elect New Leadership Team

In early April, the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati met all week for the 2019 Chapter: Going Deeper Into Divine Mystery. A new leadership team was elected.

Entertaining Angels on the Border

Spending time on the U.S./Mexican border in Texas working with those seeking asylum during the Advent season was, perhaps, one of the best preparations for Christmas.

Mother Margaret Farrell George, S.C.

Margaret Farrell George was a founding member of the Sisters of Charity in the U.S. and a woman intimately involved in the growth of Catholicism in the U.S.

Nuns on the Bus

The “Nuns on the Bus” wrapped up their 27 day tour on November 2 with its closing event, “Fiesta for the Common Good” and a final journey to President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. This journey, entitled “Tax Justice Truth Tour” hosted 54...
Nuns on the Bus

Nuns on the Bus

The “Nuns on the Bus” wrapped up their 27 day tour on November 2 with its closing event, “Fiesta for the Common Good”...

Parish Becomes Intercultural

Parish Becomes Intercultural

4,800 miles. That's how far our Guatemalan parishioners traveled from their villages to get to Cincinnati. Each of those miles meant stepping further away from their families and homeland, and closer to an uncertain future in a strange country. And yet they kept...

Mamas Talk Advent: Waiting, Community

Mamas Talk Advent: Waiting, Community

I'll never forget the moment I first laid eyes on my niece, Lucy. I'd been restlessly following the text-message updates all day, and now I was standing before a few-hours-old baby. I had never seen anything more perfect. What a miracle she was — tiny, exquisitely...

Nuns Build 2016 – New Orleans

Nuns Build 2016 – New Orleans

Hanging drywall? Installing floors? These are no easy tasks but that doesn't scare away nearly 100 nuns and members of Catholic communities across the country from rebuilding houses in New Orleans. Nuns Build 2016, an effort done in conjunction with the St. Bernard...

Who am I? Who loves me?

Who am I? Who loves me?

Who am I? Who loves me? These are some of the questions that Sr. Janet Gildea, SC asks in "Getting a Life This Lent." E-Voc is the electronic newsletter from the Vocation Team of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati for single women wondering what new thing God is...

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