S. Mary Ann Humbert
Where are the Sisters of Charity ministering today? Meet Sister of Charity Mary Ann Humbert, a volunteer at Community Matters’ choice pantry in Lower Price Hill (Cincinnati, Ohio). Through her interactions with the people she helps and meets, S. Mary Ann says she has received many gifts.
S. Marty Dermody
Where are the Sisters of Charity ministering today? Meet S. Marty Dermody, director of the Sisters of Charity Spirituality Center, located at Mount St. Joseph. In this short video clip, S. Marty talks about her ministry and how she is carrying out the SC Mission through her daily responsibilities.
S. Ginny Scherer
S. Ginny Scherer is teacher, chair of the science department and senior class advisor at Lehman Catholic High School in Sidney, Ohio.
S. Winnie Brubach
Golden jubilarian S. Winnie Brubach is the facilities coordinator at EarthConnection, a multi-faceted entity in Delhi Township, Ohio, built to address the adverse ecological effects of our consumer society.
S. Monica Gundler – House of Charity
S. Monica Gundler is one of four Sisters of Charity in the SC Federation living in the House of Charity in New Orleans, Louisiana, and ministering to the people there. In addition to serving the Archdiocese of New Orleans and its people, Sister is the vocations director for the SC Community.
S. Sarah Mulligan
S. Sarah Mulligan is the director of the Daniel Comboni Community Clinic in Mixco, Guatemala. The clinic provides health services and community programs to the large population of indigenous people living in poverty in Mixco.
S. Mary Ann Flannery
S. Mary Ann Flannery is the first woman director of the Jesuit Retreat Center in Parma, Ohio.
Working In Neighborhoods (WIN)
Sisters Barbara Busch (left), Brenda Busch and Annette Muckerheide minister at Working In Neighborhoods, an organization that empowers people to make informed choices for themselves and their neighborhoods through community building, home ownership, and economic learning.
Santo Niño Project
Hidden away on the outskirts of Juarez, Mexico, in the colonia of Anapra, is a humble building that houses the Santo Niño Project. Within plain view of the United States border, a group of Sisters of Charity discovered a call to serve children with special needs. They cross the border from El Paso, Texas, each week to offer their services in a clinic built of cement, adobe and straw bale.