Sister of Charity of Halifax Maryanne Ruzzo, SC, received the Cheverus Award from the Archdiocese of Boston in October.
Sisters of Charity Federation
Called by God to Work on a Masterpiece: Conversations on Climate Across Divides
For National Vocation Awareness Week this month, the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati produced a series of five short videos featuring conversations between sisters who joined the congregation since 1997 or later.
This year is the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Sisters of Charity Federation.
In 2008, at their chapter, the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy took the first step toward historical completion of their congregation.
Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Romina Sapinoso professed perpetual vows during a Mass in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception at the Mount St. Joseph Motherhouse.
In October, Sisters of Charity Federation staff, NGO liaisons and guests gathered in New Jersey to honor outgoing UN NGO representative Sister Teresa Kotturan, SCN.
In this New Orleans, nearly 1 in 4 people live in poverty, there are an estimated 30,000 vacant, blighted properties, and 86% of the students in public schools are economically disadvantaged.
New research from public records and congregation and diocesan archives found that six congregations of the Sisters of Charity Federation have predecessors who owned slaves.
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 Thursday, October 28, the Vincentian Family at the UN presented a Parallel Event of Urban October, “What Happens When People Have Housing? Better City—Better Life.”
This side event will include and amplify the voices of individuals and families who have experienced homelessness and poverty, and their suggestions for “Better City, Better Life.”