Migrants and refugees: men and women in search of peace A message from His Holiness Pope Francis for the Celebration of the 51st World Day of Peace on Monday, January 1, 2018, the Solemnity of St. Mary Mother of God. 1. Heartfelt good wishes for peace Peace to all people
The Federation Family at the 400th Anniversary: Video & Photos The Sisters of Charity Federation had 40 members present from our different congregations for the 400th anniversary celebration. See photos of the Federation family at the celebration. Sisters of Charity Federation UNNGO representative, Sister Teresa Kotturan with the Sisters of Charity
Pope Francis continues to call on every parish, every religious community, and every sanctuary to take in refugee families. The sisters of Les Religieuses de Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur (NDSC) in Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada have taken that call to heart. The congregation was initially called on in December to help a sponsoring
Congregations in the Sisters of Charity Federation are growing in awareness, concern and action in favor of our beleaguered home planet Earth. Certainly Pope Francis’s encyclical Laudato Si has given a special impetus to learn ways of living more sustainably on Earth. We believe that our Congregations and the richness
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 way. The Marthas have collaborated with the TRI-Heart Society to bring a privately-sponsored family of Syrian refugees to live in their 87-year-old convent, a
The road to Paris has been a long one, faced with global and local difficulties. The 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference, also known as COP21, aims to create a universal and applicable legal and non-legal instrument with the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.