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.
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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.”
On September 27, the Vincentian Family NGO representatives at the UN presented a virtual event in celebration of World Cities Day, October 30.
Joined Together in the Mission of Charity The Sisters of Charity Federation of North America is a voluntary membership association of 14 congregations of women religious that number over 2,500 sisters. Impelled by Christ’s love and joined together in the mission of...
Join us on the federation Facebook page for four Sunday evenings in August for reflections on the lives of Saints Louise de Marillac and Elizabeth Ann Seton.
In this time of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic crisis and the powerful and emotional response to racism erupting in the United States, we invite you to join together in prayer for unstoppable charity.
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.