MMH Hosts First Easter Egg Hunt
Mother Margaret Hall Sisters celebrated Easter with employees and their families on Saturday, April 13 with an Easter egg hunt, games and activities.
Holy Week 2019
From our Lenten journey we entrust the hopes of all the world’s migrants and refugees, and the aspirations of the communities that welcome them, to God’s Mother Mary. She herself experienced the hardship of exile (Mt. 2:13-15), lovingly accompanied her son’s journey to Calvary, and now shares his glory eternally. From the graces and wisdom gleaned this Lent, may we all learn to love the other, the stranger, as ourselves. Share a new insight with a friend who appreciates the growth in you. We might ask ourselves: Have I grown in compassion? READ MORE
Standing Against Racism
“We pledge to go deeper into the critical work of creating communion, examining the root causes of injustice and our own complicity, and purging ourselves, our communities, and our country of the sin of racism and its destructive effects.” 2018 LCWR Assembly
Palm Sunday – April 14
This Palm Sunday we hear the passion narrative from St. Luke. In his Gospel Luke emphasizes the personal relationship of Jesus with others; he describes his kindness and his tenderness. Only Luke describes Peter breaking down and weeping after his third denial. In Luke’s account this happens because “Jesus turned and looked at Peter.” On the way to the cross, Jesus stops and speaks to the women who are mourning and lamenting him. Hanging on the cross, Jesus forgives his executioners. The heart of the matter for Luke – to be a disciple is to be close to the Lord. What kind of a disciple am I? Am I willingly carrying my cross? Can I walk in the footsteps of Jesus and trust? Spend time reflecting in this holiest of weeks.
Remembering S. Janet Gildea
Please pray for the repose of the soul of S. Janet Gildea who died Thursday, April 4, 2019 in Anthony, New Mexico. Sisters, family and friends will greet guests Friday, May 10 in the Heritage Room from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. until time of the Mass of Christian Burial at 3 p.m. in the Motherhouse Chapel.
EarthConnection Lenten Calendar
As we go through the Season of Lent , EarthConnection – a ministry of the Sisters of Charity and center for learning and reflection about living lightly on Earth – has prepared this Lenten Calendar with suggested activities and ideas for the season.
The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati are eagerly anticipating the launch of our newly redesigned website. The new, user-friendly site will include a search function, changes in navigation, and deliver a fully responsive experience! Stay tuned – the site is set to launch within the next few weeks.
Charity in Motion