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Saint Louise de Marillac Feast Day Prayer

The suffering of so many of our sisters and brothers who seek a life of freedom from poverty, war, violence and slavery of any kind is overwhelming. In the face of this we are called to live the charism of charity more openly and urgently than ever. One of the

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Production Concludes on TV Series Pilot based on Sister Blandina

Production recently concluded on the pilot of the television series “At the End of the Santa Fe Trail,” based on the life of Servant of God and Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, Sister Blandina Segale. Sister Blandina is currently under consideration for beatification and canonization in the Catholic Church. Plans

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The Beginning of Life to the End of Life

Sister Mary McMahon, a Sister of Saint Martha, has served in nursing ministry for more than 50 years. She was a nurse educator for the St. Francis Xavier University nursing program for a number of years, and the Director of Nursing Education at St. Martha’s Hospital School of Nursing in

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New Executive Director for the Federation

The Sisters of Charity Federation is pleased to announce that Sister Grace Hartzog, a Sister of Charity of Seton Hill, has accepted the position of Executive Director of the Federation, effective September 5, 2017. In this capacity she will represent the two provinces of the Daughters of Charity and eleven

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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Ann Margaret Boone, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

Ann Margaret Boone, SCN, recently began a new ministry as one of the Motherhouse Coordinators. When she is not tending to the needs of the Sisters who live at the Motherhouse, Sister Ann Margaret volunteers her time at the St. Vincent De Paul Society Mission Store and Food Pantry. She

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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Peggy Deneweth, Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati

Following in Elizabeth Seton’s footsteps, S. Peggy Deneweth says Elizabeth’s belief in empowering through education motivates and encourages her to carry out her ministry daily. Sister ministers at the Santo Niño Project in Anapra, Mexico, a ministry she and three other Sisters of Charity began in 2002 for poor children

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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Angela Marie, Sisters of Charity of New York

In 1917, the Sisters of Charity of New York were celebrating the 100th Anniversary of our arrival in New York City. On February 22 of that year, Catherine Cecilia was born to Hugh and Bridget Hearty Rooney in Manhattan. Catherine entered the Sisters of Charity on February 2, 1939, receiving

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NCSW Spotlight: Sisters Therese Bangert & Judith Jackson, Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth

On the bleak, gray day before Thanksgiving 2016, two independent acts of charity by two Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCLs) intersected without their knowing it until a few days later. Sister Therese Bangert, SCL social justice coordinator, took a mid-morning phone call from an unidentified individual whose first language

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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Mary Clark, Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill

Sister Mary Clark shares her part in the new volunteer Refugee Initiative of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill. Happy National Catholic Sisters Week to Sister Mary Clark! 

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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Peggy Welch, Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth

Over the course of more than 60 years as a Sister of Charity, Sister Peggy Welch has faced many challenges. When confronted with a task or a problem, her strategy is always to address it head on. Rooted in faith and trust in God’s providence, she lives out the charism

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