Articles for Sisters of Charity Federation

In New Orleans, Catholic Sisters Collaborate to Offer Hope, Invite People to Service

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.

Sisters of Charity Federation acknowledges congregations owned enslaved people

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.

The Company of Charity and the Laudato Si Action Platform

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.

What Happens When People Have Housing – Online Event Recap

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.”

Charity Federation at the UN

From the NGO News of the Sisters of Charity Federation.... "The Commission on the Status of Women meeting took place in March, with Rosita and Jyoti, our interns from Nepal and India respectively, attending more than 30 side events. After the meeting, they left to...

Second Chances for people and things

Second Chances for people and things

Thanks to a new systemic change project ex-offenders have a second chance in their lives as they  receive training in running a business built around giving things a "second chance." The Religieuses de Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur, member of the Charity Federation, have...

Vincentian Family Advocacy in Canada

Vincentian Family Advocacy in Canada

Collaborative advocacy for vulnerable persons in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick remains a priority for the four Canadian-based member congregations of the Sisters of Charity Federation, 20 women religious gathered at Bethany Center Antigonish, Nova Scotia recently...

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