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Seton High School celebrated the Feast of Elizabeth Seton with an all-school Mass on Wednesday, Jan. 15 in the Auditorium. Sisters of Charity were invited to the celebration and lunch immediately following, which was provided by a SHS family.
Last week the House of Charity in New Orleans, Louisiana, hosted a Federation group for days filled with service, prayer and fellowship. During their time together the group served at Hotel Hope, a shelter for women and children founded by Sisters Mary Lou Specha and Julie Marsh, P.B.V.M.
Congratulations to Sisters of Charity President S. Patricia Hayden, who was honored by the State of Colorado for faithfully serving its people for more than 27 years as an educator, chaplain and hospital administrator. Colorado Governor Jared Polis proclaimed Nov. 20, 2019 as Sister Patricia Hayden Day, saying Sister acted as a beacon for Colorado communities and inspired lives led in service of others. S. Pat most recently ministered as the vice president of mission integration at St. Anthony Health Campus in Westminster, Colorado, before being elected to serve as president of her Community.
Sisters of Charity and Associates from across the country remembered Elizabeth Seton, founder of the Sisters of Charity and America’s first native-born saint, with celebrations over the weekend. The SC Motherhouse hosted a dinner and celebration on Sunday, Jan. 5 following afternoon Mass. In Spring Hill, Florida, Associates hosted a re-commitment ceremony as well as welcomed three new candidates into discernment. Sisters and Associates in the Colorado Springs area celebrated with an Associate commitment ceremony, welcoming Agnes Patrick and Patricia Traver to the Community.