This October will be four years since Sister Kerry Rowland, SC (Halifax), answered the call of the Sisters of Charity Federation to minister in Belize with the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. At first, she taught at St. Martin De Porres School on the south side of Belize City. Now
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
Sister Caroljean Willie, who goes by CJ, is a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati. With a doctorate in multicultural education, she has worked in 48 countries as an environmental educator, teacher-trainer, and cultural diversity consultant. She has also served as an NGO representative at the United Nations, working on social
Sister Hyeon Nyeon Lee, SC (Seton Hill) made a perpetual commitment to God to live her life in service and fidelity to the charism of the Sisters of Charity through the profession of perpetual vows of poverty, obedience, and consecrated celibacy. On April 23, a special Mass with the ritual
Pope Francis has praised the work of Sister Carol Keehan, whose crusading work in U.S. health care led her to defy the U.S. bishops’ conference to support President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act, as someone “continuing the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.” Keehan, a Daughter of Charity, served as CEO
The Sisters of Charity Federation Vocation Core Team consisting of Sisters Tracy Kemme, SC (Cincinnati); Chris Kunze, SCN, and Regina Hlavac, DC (St. Louise) hosted a wonderful discernment retreat April 29 to May 1 at the House of Charity in New Orleans! Four young women joined us for this event.
NEW ORLEANS — The yellow house sits in the middle of the block, its blue and white accents bright in the sun. Inside, a group of students on spring break from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, relax on couches and under blankets with several sisters, listening to one young man
In February, in acknowledgement of and with respect to Black History Month in the United States and Canada, the Sisters of Charity Federation shared the following letter with sisters who are members of the federation: February 7, 2022 Dear Sisters, Slavery is an indelible stain on our nation’s history and
Happy World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Life! The Sisters of Charity Federation Vocation Core Team has a message for you from federation sisters throughout the world. If you are considering a vocation as a Sister or Daughter of Charity, and would like more information, please email email@example.com.