Articles for Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth

The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth Take a Public Stand Against Racism

The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth of Convent Station, New Jersey have voted to take a Congregation Public Stand Against Racism.

The Company of Charity and the Laudato Si Action Platform

We gathered to share how the Charity charism could be a resource for us as we engage in Pope Francis’s seven-year journey to integral integrity expressed in the LSAP.

Hope in the Face of Adversity

On Wednesday, December 15th, Nadia and Raoul arrived from Haiti. They came to the United States so that Nadia could receive cancer treatments unavailable in Haiti.

A Calling: Homeless to Hopeful

Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth would like to share with you the statement, “A CALLING: HOMELESS TO HOPEFUL.”

Hope in the Face of Adversity

Hope in the Face of Adversity

On Wednesday, December 15th, Nadia and Raoul arrived from Haiti. They came to the United States so that Nadia could receive cancer treatments unavailable in Haiti.

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” 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...

Out of Season

Out of Season

At the start of the Easter season this year I was inspired by a reading that emphasized celebrating the 50 days of Easter. Yet as the season has unfolded there has been much more dying and death in my life than resurrection. I find it nearly impossible to continue to...

Rededication of the SVHRC Chapel

Rededication of the SVHRC Chapel

St. Vincent’s Healthcare and Rehab Center (SVHRC), formally St. Vincent’s Nursing Home, a division of St. Joseph's Healthcare System in New Jersey, recently honored the rededication of its Chapel, a special place for residents, visitors, family and staff to pray,...

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