Under an adapted Rule of the French Daughters of Charity approved by Archbishop Carroll, a novitiate was completed, and seventeen women became the first vowed American Sisters of Charity July 19, 1813.
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Deep friendships were extremely important to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and she made every effort to keep in close contact with them. (SlideShare presentation)
Feb. 17 marks the anniversary of the approval by Pope Pius IX in 1856 of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Halifax. Read their foundation story and watch a video with interviews highlighting the charism of the Sisters of today.
A third of the world's poor live in India, one of the most unequal societies in the world where poverty remains entrenched and widespread. Realizing the need in India the Congregation of The Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul started their mission in India,...
Tracy Kemme, soon to make her vows as a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, shares a moving reflection that bridges a span of over 60 years. (Global Sisters Report) After Mass and breakfast at the Motherhouse one morning a few weeks ago, Sister Flo asked me to stop by...
I wondered, “What dangers, real or perceived, cause me to limit my possibilities or alter my course when I am discerning God’s call?”
New logo for the Sisters of Charity Nazareth
Five young adults commit to five years
Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati to Host Days of Service and Mission
Latest Sisters of Charity report from Nepal
by John Freund, CM | May 19, 2015 | Congregation of the Mission, Daughters of Charity, Formation, International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity, Sisters of Charity, Vincentian Lay Missionaries, Vincentian Marian Youth
What is your guess about how many are in the Vincentian Family? 10,000, 100,000? 1 million? 2 million?
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.