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Last Saturday marked the ten year anniversary of the House of Charity (HOC) in New Orleans, and we at the Future of Charity (FOC) blog want to celebrate their milestone.
The federation hosted a series of video reflections where Sisters offered their insights on Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and the topics of humility, charity and simplicity.
Here are some videos from a series called “Why I love the SCLs” (Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth).
A video to watch in celebration of the anniversary of the Establishment of the Sisters of Charity Federation of North America.
The Sisters of St. Martha of Prince Edward Island, Canada, have partnered with the federal and provincial governments in the construction of a 60-bed unit affordable housing project in Charlottetown, the island’s capital.
Summary reports and photos from the Sisters of Charity Federation’s Assembly of the Whole, which took place June 13-16 in Chicago, IL.
The Sisters of Charity Federation is hosting a series of online video reflections during Lent, beginning Sunday, March 10.
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...
We pray in thanksgiving for the privilege and responsibility of being able to organize as individuals politically. We pray that each of us, as citizens, feel compelled to exercise our right and responsibility to vote…
Learn a bit about the Sisters of St. Martha, then and now, in this brief article and video.
Sabitri Dakhal and her husband, Nilaram Dakhal, were struggling to make ends meet, as do many residents of the west Nepal region of Surkhet. Finding it harder to eke out a living in their mountainside village, the couple migrated to a more populated valley in the area...