Learn a bit about the Sisters of St. Martha, then and now, in this brief article and video.
Sisters of St. Martha of Antigonish
Future of Marthas is ‘hope-filled’
by Elizabeth Astridge | May 15, 2018 | Formation, Reflections
Joanne O’Regan met her first ‘Martha’ in the late 1990s. “I remember thinking, ‘I like the way they are in the...
Installation of Solar Panels at the Sisters of St. Martha in Nova Scotia
by Elizabeth Astridge | Mar 16, 2018 | News
Aaron Beswick of The Chronicle Herald reports on the increasing number of homes and businesses in Nova Scotia who are...
July 16: First Sisters of St. Martha Arrived in Antigonish, Nova Scotia
by Famvin Media Resources | Jul 14, 2017 | Formation
This weekend is the anniversary of the arrival in 1894 of the first Sisters of Charity in Nova Scotia, who would become the Sisters of St. Martha. In this video, Sister Brendalee Boisvert, a Sister of St. Martha, talks about her call and her congregation....
July 16, 1894: First Sisters of St. Martha Arrived in Antigonish
by Famvin Media Resources | Jul 15, 2016 | Formation
July 16 marks the day when a group of women responded to a call from Bishop John Cameron of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, in 1894. They were to be part of an auxiliary congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Halifax.
The Marthas welcome Syrian refugee family
by John Freund, CM | Dec 18, 2015 | News, Other Branch News
The Marthas collaborate with TRI-Heart to welcome Syrian refugee family Posted by SC Federation on December 17, 2015 The Sisters of St. Martha of Antigonish in Nova Scotia, Canada are responding to Pope Francis’ call to care for refugees in a very real and tangible...
Family Profiles – The Marthas
by John Freund, CM | Apr 23, 2015 | News, Vincentian Family
We are the Sisters of St. Martha of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Wherever we are present, living and serving among people, we are known as The Marthas.
Sisters of St. Martha of Antigonish Elect New Leadership
by John Freund, CM | Apr 30, 2014 | Vincentian Family
Those chosen to lead the congregation for the next five years are: Sister Brendalee Boisvert, Congregation Leader, Sister Stella Chafe, Assistant Congregation Leader, Sister Donna Brady, Sister Florence Kennedy, and Sister Joanne O’Regan as Councillors. The newly...
Vincentian Family Advocacy in Canada
by John Freund, CM | Oct 23, 2013 | Vincentian Family
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...