I am pleased to let you know that Nadia has finished her cancer treatment. She went through chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation with little pain or discomfort.
Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth of Convent Station, New Jersey have voted to take a Congregation Public Stand Against Racism.
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.
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.
Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth would like to share with you the statement, “A CALLING: HOMELESS TO HOPEFUL.”
EWTN has developed a video on Blessed Miriam Teresa Demjanovich, S.C. that will premiere this Friday, May 8 at 5:30 pm ET
“This is a peace center using the arts to heal us from the war, and the violence that persists here in El Salvador and all over the world,”
#ProjectImpact Mini Grants are available to support new or existing service projects that address any of the following: the environment, human trafficking, poverty, migrants and refugees, peace and nonviolence, racism, women’s rights.
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...
In this video, Fr. Louis Scurti interviews Sr. Diane Collesano, SC, on the life of Blessed Miriam Teresa Demjanovich, SC, beatified on Oct. 4, 2014.
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...
Accompanying people means being available to hear people's problems, offering advice when asked, and prodding when necessary. A small mission run by two sisters based in La Tremblay, outside Haiti's capital of Port-au-Prince, has established a medical clinic serving...