Sisters and Associates of the SC Federation are gathered at the Mount St. Joseph Motherhouse this week for the annual Federation Grassroots Retreat; this year’s theme is “Charity Friendship: Deepening Our Relationships through Contemplative Conversations.” Throughout the week participants will share in the spirit of their founders, while building friendships through contemplative conversations.
Sisters living in Mother Margaret Hall have been enjoying the season with a number of fall-related activities this past month. In addition to an art show, Sisters took part in a fall painting activity facilitated by Activity Coordinator Bill Owen, and enjoyed the tastes of the season at the Harvest Brunch.
Tending Your Soul
God works in mysterious ways. Each one of us lives and witnesses to “God’s voice” in our lives minute by minute. In this video Rhonda tells us how one spiritual experience led her to take a leap and trust in God.
A Sister to All – S. Teresa Laengle
Meet Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Teresa Laengle. S. Teresa is the Dayton, Ohio, area coordinator for the Ignatian Spirituality Project (ISP) – a retreat program for those who are homeless and in recovery from addiction. READ MORE
Traveling the Path:
Getting to Know Our SC Spiritual Directors
Each month, a new Sister of Charity spiritual director will be interviewed to learn more about the practice and the women called to companion others on their journey. This month’s Q&A is with S. Patmarie Bernard. READ MORE
July CBSM Mission
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. To view publications available for purchase ...
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. READ MORE