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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Juana Mendez, Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati

In this year of action and awareness-raising for Pope Francis’ Share the Journey campaign, Sister of Charity Juana Mendez stands as an example of an open mind and heart to the migrant. A native of Puerto Rico, S. Juana says she “knows what it’s like to move to this unknown

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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Inez Mela, Sisters of Charity of New York

It’s safe to say that no other Sister of Charity has a resumé quite like Sister Inez Mela: elementary and high school teacher, principal, college professor of Italian – and dollhouse maker! Over the years, Sister Inez has carefully built and meticulously furnished several dollhouses since the first one she

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NCSW Spotlight: Sister Hyeon Lee, Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill

Sister Hyeon Lee — Supporting Life in Progress for Seniors Elizabeth Seton Center, an apostolic work of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, is grounded in the tradition of human service handed on by Saint Vincent de Paul and Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. Seton Center’s intergenerational programs are based

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

“Courage, Hope, Change, Journey … Toward Boundless Charity.” These words appear below a picture of a nautilus as the chosen symbol of the 2015 General Assembly of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. The words are also a fitting subtitle for a story about Sister Peggy Nulty. Sister Peggy

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NCSW Spotlight: Sisters Sunila Erumangalathu & Vinaya Chalil

In Metsimotlhabe, a village north of the capital of Gaborone, Botswana, Sisters Sunila Erumangalathu and Vinaya Chalil administer a one-of-kind hospice for the sick called Pabalelong. It means a place of love and care. Counseling, physical, spiritual, respite, and terminal care are what the hospice provides. A short walk from

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Deepening Our Relationships Through Contemplative Conversations

By Sister Alice Ann O’Neill, Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati The Grassroots retreat at the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati motherhouse in October 2017 was a joyous gathering of 52 sisters and associates from the communities of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Sisters of

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Saint Elizabeth Interns Program Marks Two Years

“We asked ourselves: What could we do to really engage young people in the charism?” That was the million-dollar question that Sheila Tracy, Director of the Office of Interns and Volunteers for the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, asked nearly two years ago. To help answer this question, Sheila

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Sisters of Charity of New York conclude 200 Year Anniversary Events

The Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul celebrated 200 years of service in the year 2017. As the Sisters put it, it is “a story of thousands of lives serving God’s poor, a story of tough love and high standards, a story of caring and compassion, a story

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Living life as a nun in the new millennium

Story written by Laura Booth, Times & Transcript At 44 years old, Céline Belliveau is the youngest nun in the Moncton sisterhood of Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur. She has a masters degree in social work, likes to swim and play volleyball and sings with a choir, but no, she doesn’t own a habit.

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Feast of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton January 4th

A Heart for God’s Poor Ones Adapted from a prayer prepared by Sister Regina Bechtle, Sister of Charity of New York As we celebrate the feast of Elizabeth Seton, a great woman of Charity, let us listen with our hearts to the Good News that Christ’s coming reveals. The angel

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