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.
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Entertaining Angels on the Border
by Caroljean Willie, SC | Jan 20, 2019 | Formation, Reflections
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.
by Javier F. Chento | Dec 15, 2018 | Formation, Sisters of Charity
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 Build 2016 – New Orleans
by Elizabeth Astridge | Oct 29, 2016 | News
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...
TV Series Inspired by Sister Blandina Segale
by Elizabeth Astridge | Aug 12, 2016 | News, Sisters of Charity
Challenging Billy the Kid? Calming angry mobs? Not your typical Sister of Charity! Sister Blandina Segale, an Italian-born nun with the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, will be the subject of a TV series entitled "At the End of Santa Fe Trail." Segale, who is on a...
by Elizabeth Astridge | Jun 28, 2016 | Formation, Reflections
By S. Janet Gildea For many discerners the fear of making a “wrong decision” is intense. This fear often is rooted in the belief that God has a definite plan for my life and if I don’t figure it out then I will disappoint God. Sometimes there is a corresponding belief...
Who am I? Who loves me?
by John Freund, CM | Feb 5, 2016 | Formation, Reflections
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...
Mercy: The best of who we are
by John Freund, CM | Jan 14, 2016 | Formation, Reflections
Mercy: The best of who we are - by Tracy Kemme What an opportunity Pope Francis has given us in the Year of Mercy! It feels like something beautiful is dawning. It is a chance to rediscover and put forth the best of who we are. A few weeks ago, I went to an Advent...
by John Freund, CM | Jan 12, 2016 | Formation, Reflections, Sisters of Charity
In Take courage Sr. Janet Gildea, a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, shares her ongoing journey through chemotherapy. I received my fifth chemo yesterday, sleeping through most of the six hour infusion while listening to “All Things Bright and Beautiful” as...
by John Freund, CM | Jan 5, 2016 | Formation, Reflections
Remember Mary is the theme of the January edition of E-Voc, the monthly newsletter of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. The month of January begins with the feast of Mary, the Mother of God. She is the doorway through which we enter into the New Year. How...
Inter-misson: Moving from fear to hope during Advent
by John Freund, CM | Dec 10, 2015 | Formation, Reflections
Inter-misson: Moving from fear to hope during Advent by Sr. Janet Gildea, SC At the halfway mark of my chemotherapy treatment course I find myself in the middle of Advent. I have a lot of time on my hands during this December which is so busy for most people. My mind...
Our Lady of Guadalupe – S. Janet Gildea
by John Freund, CM | Dec 5, 2015 | Formation, Reflections
The December issue of E-voc, offers the following reflection on Our Lady of Guadalupe by S. Janet Gildea. DecemberE-voc2015 The feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe comes at the midway point of Advent. So appropriate because the image that Mary left us on Juan Diego’s tilma...