Articles for Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

Sisters of Mokama are Featured on Podcast

Jyoti Thottam, author of “Sisters of Mokama: The Pioneering Women Who Brought Hope and Healing to India,” recently spoke with host Scott Rank of the History Unplugged podcast.

A mission of love

It has been two years since the SCN Volunteer Program has been able to bring a team of volunteers back to Belize, due to the global pandemic that has become our daily life.

Six Nuns Came to India to Start a Hospital. They Ended up Changing a Country

The presence of Nazareth Hospital, as an institution founded and run by women, stands as a challenge to those in power, a lasting reminder of those early years and that crystalline moment of hope.

Improving Health and Saving Lives: Campaign for a Tuberculosis free India

A much-loved Sister in India has spent years helping to restore health to the very ill and create awareness around a prevalent disease.

Thank You, Sisters

Thank You, Sisters

From the Sisters of Charity Nazareth Facebook page... "In the new book “Thank You, Sisters: Stories of Women Religious and How They Enrich Our Lives” there is an entire chapter on Tess Browne, SCN, by Maria de Lourdes Ruiz Scaperlanda, who is an award-winning author....

Sisters of Charity Nazareth oppose pipeline

Sisters, Kentucky Derby and Trafficking

The Louisville Courier headlines Rally warns of human trafficking during this week of Kentucky Derby. The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth played a prominent role in raising  awareness of a potential spike in illegal human trafficking during Derby Week. Activists...

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