Joan Piazza, in her stereotype-challenging book If Nuns Ruled the World: Ten Sisters on a Mission includes two members of the Sisters of Charity Federation.
Sisters of Charity
First Sisters arrive in Halifax
“We look forward to welcoming Sister Ellen Dauwer, SC, as the next Executive Director of the Religious Formation Conference”
Who Do You Say I Am? S. Janet Gildea reflects on this is the October issue of E-voc.
Born in Bayonne, New Jersey, Sr. Miriam Teresa is the fourth American-born woman to be beatified. However, this is the first time that the Rite of Beatification will take place on U.S. soil.
The beatification of Sister Miriam Teresa Demjanovich, the fourth native-born American woman to be beatified. From the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark, N.J.
SISTERS OF CHARITY-HALIFAX NEW LEADERSHIP TEAM Sisters of Charity-Halifax have installed a new Leadership Team, on September 27, 2014. At its 20th General Chapter in July, close to 200 delegates from across Canada, eastern United States, Bermuda and Peru met in...
Sr. Julie Cutter, DC writes of the Vincentian Family participation in the People’s Climate Change March in NYC which drew literally hundreds of thousands.
Sr. Joan Dawber, SC (Halifax) is featured in “If Nuns Ruled the World”. She is Executive Director of LifeWay Network which provides shelter and assistance to victims of human trafficking.
University of St. Mary (Leavenworth) is celebrating St. Vincent de Paul through the food drive; encouraging students to #BeAVincent through acts of kindness; and playing and praying during a party and prayer service on Friday, Sept. 26. University of St. Mary (Leavenworth).
NJ Charity Sister Miriam Teresa Demjanovich to be beatified in Newark in the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart
The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have posted news of their workshop "Understanding Systemic Change & Gender Justice" In responding to the call of the Province and General Assembly, 35 SCNs attended a Systemic Change Workshop and Gender Justice at the Provincial...