The Sisters of Charity sponsor institutions to address education, health care and social service needs, with particular concern for direct service to the poor. The following organizations are sponsored by our Congregation.
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Bayley (1989) is a continuing care retirement community that offers a full spectrum of lifestyle options that promote engagement, wellness and vitality. Bayley offers progressive services for adults through two service lines: Bayley Access, a collection of programs enabling older adults still living at home to enjoy community and fellowship, and Bayley Living, which provides varied residential options for mature adults of all faiths.
DePaul Cristo Rey High School
DePaul Cristo Rey High School (2009) provides an opportunity for young women and men with economic need to obtain a Catholic, college preparatory education made affordable through an innovative Corporate Work Study Program. In a safe, nurturing environment, the school strives to develop the full potential of each student spiritually, academically, physically and emotionally in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
Mount St. Joseph University
Mount St. Joseph University (1920) is a Catholic university providing a liberal arts and professional education emphasizing values, integrity and social responsibility. Founded in 1920 as Southwestern Ohio's first Catholic university for women, the university today is a coeducational institution serving traditional, adult and graduate students and is nationally recognized for academic quality, innovative technology, career preparation, and character development.
Seton High School
Seton High School (1854) is a comprehensive, Catholic high school for girls. Originally founded as Mount St. Vincent Academy, it was renamed Seton High School in 1927. Seton High School serves a diverse student population by providing quality education through a comprehensive curriculum. The mission of Seton High School is to develop women of faith and commitment within a Catholic, Christian community.
St. Joseph Home
St. Joseph Home (1873) is a residential facility for children and adults with severe mental and multiple physical disabilities. Founded as St. Joseph Infant Asylum, it also served for many years as St. Joseph Infant and Maternity Home.
Catholic Health Initiatives
After a long history of sponsoring hospitals and a health-care system, the Sisters of Charity joined with 10 other congregations in 1996 to create and sponsor Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), a national health-care organization.