The Sisters of Charity of New York and the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, at their joint assembly in April, decided to continue their commitment to Laudato Sì with a special emphasis on Food Justice. We invite you to the final talk in a four-part series: “Community Supported Agriculture:
The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill hosted a “Potato Planting Party” June 6. A special blessing from Lakota Nation Running Bear and wife, Lynn, began the evening’s planting. “It was a beautiful event to witness and to thank God for the abundance of our land and crops,” said Sister
The Hudson River Valley is a mostly serene landscape that those not familiar with New York may be surprised to learn is not far at all from the often-riotous life of New York City: You can be in the river valley in less than a half hour by train. I
EarthConnection is offering webinars in the coming months on various topics related to the environment and care of the Earth. The webinars are free, but registration is required. EarthConnection is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. For more information and to register, visit the EarthConnection web site.
In two Zoom gatherings on Nov. 11 and 13, 2021, more than 100 sisters and associates from the 14 congregations in the Sisters of Charity Federation in the United States and Canada gathered for “Boundless Charity Embraces Earth: The Company of Charity and the Laudato Si’ Action Platform.” We gathered
The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth and the Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica of Atchison are of one mind about climate change. It’s real, it’s a crisis, and it requires our immediate action and prayers. All 22 members of the SCL Care of Creation Committee approved the statement below