Michigan Small Group Gathers
The Michigan small group of Sisters Mary Glockner, Maureen Donovan, Karen Hawver, Marie Pauline Skalski, Patricia Wlock, Noreen Ellison, Julie Gatza, Anita Parks, Pat Newhouse and Associate Jamie Kelly gathered for discussion on “In Service of Life” last weekend in Bay City. The sharing is a follow-up to the SC Chapter Directions.
To the children who have learned at St. Rita School for the Deaf in the past six decades, the Sisters of Charity have been nurturing expressions of God’s mercy. Sisters John Michael Geis (left) and Jane Bernadette Leo have been committed to the school in many capacities since their early days teaching, S. Jane Bernadette starting in 1955 and S. John Michael starting in 1968. Now retired, both Sisters continue to volunteer and to be present in the activities of the school since their hearts are tied to their callings there.
E-Vōc is the monthly electronic newsletter of Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Vocations Team.
October Mission Electronic
Mission is the quarterly electronic newsletter dedicated to promoting the mission of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. VIEW HERE.
S. Sarah Mulligan and the Daniel Comboni Community Clinic in Mixco, Guatemala, are helping the Oblate Sisters of the Holy Redeemer as they minister to women as prostitutes in Guatemala’s red-light district. READ MORE
S. Mildred Shaver (1922-2014)
Throughout her 92 years, writing poetry was a form of relaxation for Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Mildred Shaver. READ MORE
Books Available to Purchase
Santa Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton is a 4-page brochure written in Spanish, with Mother Seton's life and litany prayer to her. Price: $.50 for 1 copy, $.40 a piece for 6-10 copies, $.30 a piece for 11 or more copies. Free shipping. Order from Regina Bechtle, SC by calling 718-879-5271 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. To view publications available for purchase ...
At the End of the Santa Fe Trail recounts the lively experiences of Sister Blandina Segale on her missions in Colorado and New Mexico from 1872 to 1892. READ MORE