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December 2, 2018

Feast of St. Nicholas – December 6

As we revisit the legend of St. Nicholas this year, we are reminded that each of us are created in goodness, in God’s image. We are challenged to act out of that goodness in our small actions and in the significant deeds of our lives, both individually and communally.

This Is the People Who Long to See Your Face

This year as we reflect and live the messages of Advent, we can get a glimpse of our destination. In the unsettledness of our daily lives and the chaos in our current world, we choose to go deeper these Advent days.

Celebrating the Season

The Motherhouse Gift Shop started off the Christmas celebrations at Mount St. Joseph this week with a Christmas sale Dec. 4-6 for Sisters, Associates, employees and guests. Christmas cards, decorations, handcrafted items and a special homemade treat were included in the fun.

November 25, 2018

Journeying Through Advent

As followers of Jesus, we journey with the Church in these four weeks of Advent, using the inspirational Scriptures to direct our prayer. Pray with us, Sisters, Associates and friends: Come Lord Jesus, come again and heal us.

November 18, 2018

Tending Your Soul

God works in mysterious ways. Each one of us lives and witnesses to “God’s voice” in our lives minute by minute. In this “Tending Your Soul” video Jack describes an encounter that left him inspired and full of purpose.

Ripples – St. Joseph Home

Facing and meeting the needs of the most vulnerable for 145 years, St. Joseph Home, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity, offers a loving community to medically fragile children and adults. READ MORE

Sharing the Journey

S. Janet Gildea (center) unexpectedly ran into Seton Hill Sister of Charity Cory Canon while volunteering at the diocesan center in El Paso, Texas, where they are sheltering refugees. The Charity Family continues to respond to Pope Francis’s call to love our neighbors – all our neighbors!

Sisters, Associates Gather for Meet & Eat

Sisters, Associates and Associate candidates gathered on Wednesday, Nov. 28 for the monthly Meet & Eat in the Motherhouse Dining Room. The gathering is an opportunity for those attending to visit with each other and share a meal.

November 18, 2018

From the Border

We remain ever conscious of our sisters and brothers on the U.S./Mexico border – U.S. residents serving as volunteers, those from Central America who are seeking asylum, those walking through Mexico currently, and our own Sisters and Associates who are responding to the needs they find there. We are assured that all will be met with respect, compassion and love. In the words of our SC Charism Statement: “As pilgrims we pray for the wisdom to know the needs of our sisters and brothers and we dare to risk a caring response.” Sharing some of her learnings from her recent experiences is Associate Patrice Harty. READ MORE

St. Rita School for the Deaf Honors SCs

The Sisters of Charity were honored on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the 43rd annual Dream Makers Scholarship Benefit hosted by St. Rita School for the Deaf. According to the school, “The success of St. Rita’s mission is a direct result of the Sisters of Charity’s support over the past 104 years. The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati were the children’s first teachers, resident advisors, counselors and most importantly their family.”

Continuing to Serve – S. Patrice Vales

Living in the spirit of the Good Samaritan is no small task, but retired Sister of Charity Patrice Vales proves that the smallest act of kindness is sometimes all it takes. READ MORE

Let There Be Light: The Move to Cleaner Energy

Encouraged by the Sisters of Charity and motivated by their mission, the Sisters of Charity maintenance staff has engaged in a great undertaking: replacing every light bulb and fixture on the campus of the Motherhouse to LED lights to reduce the amount of energy used. READ MORE

Working In Neighborhoods Celebrates 40 Years

Congratulations to Working In Neighborhoods as it celebrates 40 years of empowering people to make informed choices for themselves and neighborhoods through community building, home ownership and economic learning. The organization, - under the leadership of S. Barbara Busch - celebrated its anniversary, and the next 40 years, on Nov. 19 with a silent and live auction and dinner. To learn more about good works of WIN and the Sisters of Charity associated with the organization, click here.