“Charity is certainly
greater than any rule.
Moreover, all rules
must lead to charity.” 

St. Vincent de Paul

 

Become an Associate in Mission

Do you want to…

  • deepen your relationship with God and God’s people?
  • share in the mission and spirit of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati?
  • journey in faith with other Associates and the Sisters of Charity?
  • strive to live more simply?
  • expand your cultural awareness?
  • volunteer some of your time and talent for the service of others?

To become an Associate in Mission:

  • at least 18 years of age.
  • possess average physical and psychological health.
  • be financially independent.
  • complete the application process.
  • sign an agreement which is renewable annually.

Benefits of becoming an Associate in Mission:

  • opportunities for spiritual journeying with Sisters and Associates.
  • invitations to attend applicable community meetings and gatherings.
  • receipt of appropriate mailings and communications.
  • celebration of a Mass at the time of her/his death.

Information Booklet About Becoming an Associate in Mission

Application to Become an Associate in Mission
(Print, complete and mail to the Director of Associates.)

Contact the Director of Associates

To receive an application or for more information about becoming an Associate of the Sisters of Charity of cincinnati, contact the Chanin Wilson, director of Associates at 513-347-5473 or at chanin.wilson@srcharitycinti.org

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Upcoming Events

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Jun
28
Tue
Memorial Mass for S. Catherine Kirby
Jun 28 @ 8:00 am – 3:48 pm

You will be able to view the Mass at 10 a.m. by CLICKING HERE or watch the archived mass on the Sisters password-protected section of the website.

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Timeless Treasures

The Sisters of Charity joined the faculty, staff, and 170 students of San Felipe de Neri School in Old Town, Albuquerque, in celebrating the 140th anniversary of the school’s founding. A “timeless treasure” of the founding days in our Archives, is a sepia photograph of S. Pauline Leo with her class of young boys. Read More.