“You must realize that
authority is not to be
wielded absolutely,
but charitably.”

St. Louise de Marillac

 

Digital Resources

Sisters buried at Mount St. Joseph Cemetery can be found in the FindaGrave database. To access the available listings, click the following link: https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2154128

Portions of our collections have been digitized primarily through Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board grants. To see newsletters from the Santa Maria Institute, films from the Vincentian Sisters of Charity of Bedford, Ohio, and excerpts describing soldiers who served at the Battle of Shiloh during the Civil War, please use the link below to navigate our collection through Ohio Memory, a collaborative state-wide digital library program initiated by the Ohio Historical Society and the State Library of Ohio:
http://www.ohiomemory.org/cdm/search/searchterm/Sisters%20of%20Charity%20of%20Cincinnati/field/contri/mode/exact/conn/and/order/nosort

The former Community website was archived through a Sisters of Charity Federation initiative that utilized the web service Archive-it. To view the collection of cached pages, please click the following link: https://archive-it.org/collections/7900

Enclosed in the following link set are published works that are integral to understanding the history of the Community and some of its prominent ministries. They have been digitized through either Google or the Vincentian Heritage Journal:

Catholic Archival Resources

For additional resources on Catholic and Catholic Women Religious archives, please consult the links listed below:

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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.