Personal belongings of Mother Elizabeth Seton heads for national shrine
Sisters of Charity
Origin of Catholic Hospitals In The U.S.A. – The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
by Carl Pieber, CM | Feb 27, 2021 | Formation, Reflections
In 1828, St. Louis had around 6,000 residents but no hospital when four members of the Sisters of Charity moved there.
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Joan Antida Thouret launch a Campaign to Help Lebanon
by Javier F. Chento | Aug 28, 2020 | News
The Sisters of Charity of Santa Joan Antida Thouret, present for more than 100 years in the Wadi Bou Jmil district, near the port, commit ourselves to helping those most in need at this tragic moment.
July 31: Foundation of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Joseph’s
by Famvin Media Resources | Jul 30, 2017 | Formation
In an article for the Vincentian Heritage Journal, "Memoir of Sister Cecilia O'Conway: Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph's," Sister Betty Ann McNeil, D.C. writes: "...Cecilia Maria O'Conway (1788-1865) is to the Sisters of Charity of North America what Marguerite...
July 19, 1813: Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph’s Pronounce Vows
by Famvin Media Resources | Jul 16, 2017 | Formation
This Wednesday is the anniversary of the date when St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and the first Sisters of Charity made vows using the Vincentian vow formula.
Sr. Joan Dawber, SC Speaks at the United Nations
by Elizabeth Astridge | Apr 21, 2017 | News, Vincentian Family at the U.N.
by Melissa Camardo on March 29, 2017 in LifeWay Network News The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) of the United Nations brings together experts from around the world to further gender equality and women’s empowerment. Sister Joan Dawber, founder and executive...
Nov. 11, 1858: First Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth
by Famvin Media Resources | Nov 11, 2016 | Formation
Mother Xavier Ross was the Foundress and First Mother of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Kansas. She was part of a band of sisters in Nashville, Tennessee who had originally separated from the Mother House in Nazareth, Kentucky. Mother Xavier and her Sisters...
December 8 – So many things to celebrate….
by John Freund, CM | Dec 4, 2015 | International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity, Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
So many things to celebrate…. December 8 marks not only the Feast of the Immaculate Conception but also…
Connect and Learn: Sisters of Charity – Zagreb
by Vincentian Family Office | Oct 5, 2015 | Formation, Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family, Year of Vincentian Collaboration
The history of Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul – Zagreb began in 1845 when six Sisters of Charity from the Austrian Province of Tyrol came to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The province had its motherhouse in Zams, and traced its origin to Strassburg. The...
by John Freund, CM | Aug 28, 2015 | Formation, Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family
Feeling connected! When did you feel connected in a powerful way to some place in our Vincentian Heritage? Reading the reflection below reminded me of an experience over 30 years ago when at the mid-point of a 30 day retreat at Mt. Manresa on Staten Island my retreat...
Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth on “Laudato Si”
by John Freund, CM | Aug 3, 2015 | News, Sisters of Charity
The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth have spoken out on Laudato Si. In a July 2 article that just came to our attention, the Leavenworth Diocesan paper ran an article "Local Catholics weigh in on ‘Laudato Sí’" Jessica Langdon (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote...
Serve: the Vincentian Family in Slovakia – Fight against Hunger
by Vincentian Family Office | Jul 27, 2015 | Formation, Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Family, Year of Vincentian Collaboration
The Vincentian Family in Slovakia is mostly bound together thanks to the nationwide collection called Fight against Hunger which is realized via selling gingerbread hearts. The yield from the selling is meant to support the poor from Haiti, Honduras, Ukraine, Albania...