Sister Janet Gildea SCC

Completion, with Eyes on the Horizon

Sister Janet Gildea, a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, reflects on her time in El Paso, being part of the bridge generation, and watching long-time ministries transition and transform into new being. Read more in her piece for the Global Sisters Report below:  Driving through the streets of Albuquerque on

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Cincinnati Sisters Installing Solar Panels on Property

Committed to the care of our global home, the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati are called to sustainably protect and restore the integrity of the Earth’s ecological system. This fall the Sisters of Charity Leadership Team announced steps taken toward solar energy on the Mount St. Joseph compound. The intent

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Advent Calendar 2016: Journey to Gospel Nonviolence

The Office of Peace, Justice and Ecological Integrity of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth in Convent Station, NJ organized an Advent Calendar that encourages Sisters and others to work toward Gospel Nonviolence in their communities and their own lives. There are personal steps that one can take each day of

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S Theresa Joseph Kramer SCH and Sister Idea Rowlan NDSC

Nuns Build 2016: Women Religious Making a Difference

The 9th Annual Nuns Build took place in New Orleans last week, November 14-17. Sisters from across North America came with friends and family to New Orleans to help rebuild the city in its 11th year of projected 20-year recovery. Among those participating were Ida Nowlan NDSC, Peg Finch SCL, Pat Wittberg

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Sister Blandina Segale Sister of Charity of Cincinnati

USCCB Approves Canonical Step for Sister Blandina Segale

On Tuesday, November 15, 2016 the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) was consulted on the Cause of Beatification and Canonization of Sister Blandina Segale, SC, Servant of God. Archbishop John C. Wester of Santa Fe presented the biography of Sister Blandina Segale to the USCCB members during their annual

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Solar-paneled parking lot goes ‘live’ on SCL campus

The new solar-paneled, 50-space parking lot on the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCLs) Mother House campus – a first in Leavenworth – officially went “live” on Friday, Nov. 11. The SCLs hosted a transfer of energy ceremony that day to flip the switch to activate the new solar power

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Sister Ann Billard Our Lady of Mercy

Transformative Aging

‘In the first half of life, we are really creating the text of our lives. And in the second half, we are creating the commentary’ – Richard Rohr Sister Ann Billard, OLM has spent the last 15 years of her life traveling all over the United States, Canada and Australia

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UN Joins in Making Girls Count

Girls were among persons “left behind” by society in the time of St. Louise de Marillac. According to “Louise de Marillac: a Committed Woman,” [1] Louise took interest in educating poor country girls while others were unconcerned. Richelieu stated (in his last testament) that such education was useless and even

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9th Annual Nuns Build in New Orleans with SBP

Each year Sisters from across the country, along with their friends and families, come to help rebuild the city of New Orleans, now in the 11th year of its projected 20-year recovery. We invite you to be a part of Nuns Build 2016: Women Religious Making a Difference!, which will

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Global Response to Large Movements of Refugees & Migrants

An astonishing number of people – 65.3 million, were displaced at the end of 2015, according to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees. It does not take into account the constant stream of people who have been displaced from their homes due to conflicts, wars, persecution and climate related disasters

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