Articles for Seton Hill

Easter with Sister Gertrude Foley SC

Easter with Sister Gertrude Foley SC

Sisters of Charity Seton Hill show nuances of research

Are sisters growing or declining? There is a great need for nuances according to a new CARA report. Individual communities show varied, nuanced trends.

Sisters of Charity Seton Hill – new leadership

The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill elected a new leadership team during General Chapter meetings July 27-August 6, in Non San, Chungnam, South Korea.

Sisters of Charity Seton Hill anniversary

August is a month of anniversaries for the Sisters of Charity. A major anniversary occurs on August 7 for the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill.

Why I became a Sister

Why I became a Sister

For everyone who wondered how women today would answer the question"Why I became a Sister?" Sisters Laura Coughlin, Lindena Brace, and Mary Elizabeth Lawrence tell their vocation stories  in a simple straight-forward manner. Spotted on the YouTube account of the...

Seton Hill Sisters of Charity – Johnstown Flood

Vincentian Family and Social Justice

Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill celebrate collaboration of National Vincentian Family on Social Justice Issues Social justice representatives from fifteen branches of the Vincentian Family in North America are collaborating on issues of peace, justice and integrity...

Sisters of Charity Seton Hill anniversary

Sisters of Charity Seton Hill celebrate

The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, Greensburg Pa recently celebrated the installation of a new leadership team for 2012-2016 and 5 Golden Jubiliarians. The United States Provincial Council members seated from left are Sister Mary Norbert Long, SC, and Sister Susan...

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