“We have to make
our occupations holy.
We do this by seeking
God in them.”

St. Vincent de Paul

 

 

Congregational Stands

October 2015
As a Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, we believe that the practice of human trafficking should be abolished in law and in practice.

August 2010
The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati commit ourselves to be informed about the human rights violations in the Democratic Republic of Congo and call our government to do everything in its power to end the violent conflicts there.

February 2008
The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati oppose war in Iraq and call for a responsible plan for withdrawal.

October 2000
As a Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, we believe that the death penalty should be abolished in the United States in law and in practice.

April 1999
As a Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, we believe that the debts of poor countries should be relieved and be carried out in such a way as to benefit the most impoverished persons in those countries.

August 1981
The Sisters of Charity publicly announce our call to halt the nuclear arms race. We join with the Sisters of Loretto in endorsing this call by signing and circulating petitions devised by the Loretto Disarmament/Economic Conversion Committee.

January 1981
The Sisters of Charity publicly announce our opposition to U.S. economic and military aid to avoid identification with the repressive government in El Salvador. We actively engage other religious congregations and Church organizations to join us.

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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.