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World Leaders Only Have One Choice: Humanity

  Written by Sister Teresa Kotturan, Representative to the United Nations for the Sisters of...

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Homeowner Pam comes home, thanks to the Seton Homecoming Project

A very grateful and gracious homeowner Pamela addressed the crowd of 100 volunteers and staff...

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Sister Paula talks Environmental Sustainability

Written by Sister Caroljean Willie SCC, program director of EarthConnection, an ecological ministry...

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Mother’s Day Reflections on St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Reflection by Regina Bechtle, Sisters of Charity of New York Mother’s Day – a time each year to...

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  • World Leaders Only Have One Choice: Humanity Sisters-of-Charity-of-Nazareth-delivering-assistance-to-earthquake-victims-in-Nepal

      Written by Sister Teresa Kotturan, Representative to the United Nations for the Sisters of Charity Federation  Around the world over 100 million people are facing floods, droughts, rising sea levels, earthquakes, violence and wars every day. People are left with impossible choices. We have a moral and shared responsibility to act. There is need […]

    Posted on 19th May 2016 0 comments
  • Homeowner Pam comes home, thanks to the Seton Homecoming Project Houseblessing-5.12.2016-HOC-Sisters-with-homeowner-Pam-2

    A very grateful and gracious homeowner Pamela addressed the crowd of 100 volunteers and staff gathered for the blessing of her home on May 11 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Pam and her family have been displaced since Hurricane Katrina ripped through their neighborhood in 2005, leaving 10-12 feet of standing water and making her home […]

    Posted on 17th May 2016 0 comments
  • Sister Paula talks Environmental Sustainability Sister-Paula-Gonzalez-SCC

    Written by Sister Caroljean Willie SCC, program director of EarthConnection, an ecological ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Paula Gonzalez, Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, grew up in a rural community near Albuquerque, New Mexico. Paula noted that both her parents were teachers but also raised all of their own fruits and vegetables […]

    Posted on 12th May 2016 0 comments
  • Mother’s Day Reflections on St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Sr-Regina-Bechtle-scny

    Reflection by Regina Bechtle, Sisters of Charity of New York Mother’s Day – a time each year to remember the women who bore us and raised us. It’s also a time to reflect on the complex and emotion-laden relationship between mother and child, often loving, sometimes painful, always unique, even within the same family. Elizabeth […]

    Posted on 6th May 2016 0 comments
  • World Leaders Invited to Paris Agreement Signing Ceremony at the UN Protesting-during-COP21-Paris

    Written by Sr. Teresa Kotturan, SCN, Representative to the United Nations for the Sisters of Charity Federation “The climate is a common good, belonging to all and meant for all. At the global level, it is a complex system linked to many of the essential conditions for human life. A very solid scientific consensus indicates […]

    Posted on 14th Apr 2016 0 comments

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