The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have been ministering in Belize, Central America since 1975. Still today, they are continuing to explore and dream possibilities to enhance the current reality and the need for sisters to consider ministry, short and/or long term, in the country. You may ask yourself, “What
Sister Rita Coumont first arrived to Peru nearly 48 years ago. The Sister of Charity of the Immaculate Conception came at a time of great change in the country, when the military was redistributing land. Her experiences in ministry are as diverse as the places, cultures and people she encountered.
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
Nine participants and a small team of translators traveled to Ecuador July 22-August 2 for the Interprovincial Experience of Charism and Mission trip. This is an annual event sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill that immerses Sisters into the lives of teachers, parents and children in Pedro
Sister Virginia Searing came to Guatemala in 1993 in the final years of a bloody 36-year civil war. A former math teacher, she and another Sister of Charity of New York had been invited down by Sister Barbara Ford to begin a health care program. “I was immediately overwhelmed with
Hurricane Earl, which made landfall south of Belize City just after being upgraded to a Category 1 Hurricane on August 4, resulted in major flooding in the central and coastal areas of Belize. Belize City and surrounding villages were among the most affected. Sister Carlette Gentle and five other Sisters
Every summer, sisters from the US and Korean provinces of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill participate in an Interprovincial Experience of Charism and Ministry (IECM), which includes a 10-day immersion experience living and working in Pedro Carbo, Ecuador. The Seton Hill congregation has five sisters missioned there at