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Seton High School Hosts SCs


The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati were guests of Seton High School on Monday, Sept. 15 in honor of Founder’s Day. The Sisters of Charity founded SHS in 1853 as Mount St. Vincent Academy (Cedar Grove). On Sept. 12, 1927, Cedar Grove reopened its doors as Seton High School.


Community Welcomes Pre-Entrant


(From left) S. Lois Jean Goettke, Pre-entrant Denise Morris,
S. Monica Gundler

Welcome to Denise Morris who began pre-entrance with the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati on Sept. 13. Denise met the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati during a Come and Serve weekend at the House of Charity and also spent time at Casa de Caridad in Anthony, New Mexico, and at the Mount St. Joseph Motherhouse during the 2013 Gathering. She lived in community at Xavier House with the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, Kansas, and also spent a year in Bolivia with the Maryknoll short-term immersion program. She is very dedicated to the ministry of education and is currently serving as a fifth-grade teacher at Resurrection School in Kansas City, Kansas. Welcome Denise! 

 




"Nothing can be worse than a state of dependence, but if it is my allotment, it cannot be better than when supplied by the hand of real friendship."
- St. Elizabeth Seton to Julia Scott, March 1805)

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Novice Tracy Kemme shares her spiritual and vocational journey to becoming a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati.


Fall Congregational Days
Nearing Conclusion

Fall Congregational meetings have taken place throughout the month of September at the Mount St. Joseph Motherhouse. The final Congregational Day will be held Saturday, Sept. 27 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Each year Sisters and Associates come together to share and listen as reports and updates are offered by Leadership and membership. Liturgy and opportunities to reconnect and recommit to the year ahead are valued.


San Antonio Church
Hosts Sisters of Charity

The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati were guests of San Antonio Church on Sunday, Sept. 14. The Sisters enjoyed Mass and breakfast, and were given the opportunity to share informational materials regarding S. Blandina Segale with the parishioners and Sister’s great-nieces and great-nephews. S. Blandina, whose cause for canonization has been approved by the Vatican, founded San Antonio Church (located at Queen City Avenue and White Street in Cincinnati) with her sister, S. Justina Segale. Parish elders recalled the ways that Sisters Blandina and Justina helped the struggling Italian immigrants in the South Fairmount area of Cincinnati. They will never forget the many sacrifices the pair made for their families and the church. Parishioners and family are praying to and for Servant of God S. Blandina.


Celebrating the Gifts of Autumn

Join us on Saturday, Oct. 18 to celebrate four gifts autumn gives to us: beauty, harvest, fallowness and letting go. Using scripture, nature, music, stories, and humor, this gentle day explores ways we can emulate this rich season in our everyday spiritual lives. The retreat will be presented by Melannie Svoboda, SND, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.; cost is $45 ($40 if registered before Oct. 8). Please contact the Spirituality Center 513-347-5449 or spirituality.center@srcharitycinti.org for registration information. To register, click here.


Ministry in Motion

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.


Associate Spotlight


Meet Florida Associate Peggy Brockman (third from right). Peggy made her commitment as an Associate in Mission in 2011. To learn more about Peggy …


Congregation to Celebrate
Golden Jubilarians in August


S. Marianne Van Vurst is one of six SCs celebrating 50 years of religious life this year. Throughout the past month we have spotlighted these Golden Jubilarians and their years of ministry on our website. To learn more about S. Marianne’s life and ministry …


September E-VŌc
Now Available

E-Vōc is the monthly electronic newsletter of Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Vocations Team.
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July Mission Electronic
Newsletter Available

Mission is the quarterly electronic newsletter dedicated to promoting the mission of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. To view ...


End Slavery Cincinnati’s Anti-Human Trafficking,
Street Outreach Program needs your help!

A trained team of volunteers and End Slavery Cincinnati staff go out to the streets of Cincinnati to connect with women being exploited in the commercial sex industry and to offer support. As a team, they distribute gift bags which include basic essentials for victims and outreach efforts to spread awareness and understanding. They offer encouragement and a source of hope, letting human trafficking victims know that they are there to serve them. To learn more ...
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Food for the Soul

The Sisters of Charity Art Collection contains many beautiful reproductions of masters’ artwork. Some of this paintings are hung in locations not frequented by many. In an effort to make this art more assessable, the Communications Office and the Archives began displaying one of these paintings in the Motherhouse Dining Room each month. Accompanying the art is an account of how it came to be in the art collection, a brief history of the art, and of the artist and his style. August's featured artwork is the Motherhouse organ. Click here to read more ...


First Green Burial Takes Place
at Motherhouse Cemetery

The Sisters of Charity long-standing commitment to preserving and protecting the Earth can now continue even after a Sister’s death. On Tuesday, July 22, S. Mary Pat Wagner was the first Sister of Charity of Cincinnati to have a green burial. Read more…


Vatican to Open Sainthood
Cause for S. Blandina Segale

The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati are pleased to announce that the cause for the canonization of S. Blandina Segale, SC  has been approved. This is the first step towards canonization; the cause is being led by the board of St. Joseph’s Children, Albuquerque, New Mexico, a member of Catholic Health Initiatives. To view a press release… To learn more about S. Blandina...

At the End of the Santa Fe Trail recounts the lively experiences of Sister Blandina Segale on her missions in Colorado and New Mexico from 1872 to 1892. To purchase a copy...


Books Available to Purchase

Santa Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton is a 4-page brochure written in Spanish, with Mother Seton's life and litany prayer to her. Price: $.50 for 1 copy, $.40 a piece for 6-10 copies, $.30 a piece for 11 or more copies. Free shipping. Order from Regina Bechtle, SC by calling 718-879-5271 or emailing rbechtle@scny.org. To view publications available for purchase ...

Are you looking to improve your own or others health and healing? Sister of Charity Josetta Marie Chu’s Exercises from East to West offers doable exercises to help one’s physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Order your copy today! For more info …


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