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March 10, 2019

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Day of Prayer for Legal Protection of the Unborn

Throughout the month, the Sisters of Charity will celebrate the lives of a number of remarkable women and their contributions to our country and world. Paiute author, activist and educator, Sarah Winnemucca (1844–1891) was one of the most influential and charismatic American-Indian women in U.S. history. Having a great facility with languages, she served as an interpreter and negotiator between her people and the U.S. Army.

A Stranger and You Welcomed Me –
Week 1 Lenten Reflection

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In this Season of Lent we wish to go deeper with an issue that calls for a personal and communal response. We encourage you to join us in reflecting on recent words of Pope Francis related to the challenges of contemporary immigration. From A Stranger and You Welcomed Me we will use the themes to welcome, to protect, to promote and to integrate, pondering what Jesus would do. Join us every Monday.

To Welcome: Every stranger who knocks at our door presents us with an opportunity for an encounter with Jesus Christ, who identifies with the welcomed and rejected strangers of every age (Mt. 25:35-43). May we respond with wisdom and foresight. Welcoming means offering broader options for migrants and refugees to enter destination countries safely and legally. It calls for a commitment to increase and simplify the process for granting humanitarian visas and reunifying families. Is this true for our guests coming from Central America? Learn more www.annunciationhouse.org/blog/

Standing for Justice

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In response to the harsh political climate of the times, Sequoia Powers-Griffin has made it her personal mission to stand with the Sisters for justice in her work with Ohio Nuns on the Bus. READ MORE

Standing Against Oppression

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Dr. Claver Pashi has witnessed the injustices facing the citizens of the Democratic Republic of the Congo firsthand and allied himself with the Sisters of Charity to respond with tenacity. READ MORE

Employees Celebrate Sisters and NCSW

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Sisters of Charity and employees came together on Tuesday, March 12 to celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week (March 8-14). Human Resources and the SC Communications Office collaborated to plan the afternoon celebration, which included root beer floats and the announcement of the winners of the “Make It a Habit” guessing game that had been circulating throughout the Motherhouse and Mother Margaret Hall during the week. CLICK HERE to see the answers to the guessing game.

Standing With Immigrants

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As a volunteer in the Diocese of Pueblo, Colorado, Anne Stattelman has been exposed to the injustices surrounding immigrants in their journey to cross the border and in their life in the United States. In response, she and Sister of Charity Nancy Crafton are setting an example of what it means to be inclusive to the citizens of the world. READ MORE


March 3, 2019

Community Celebrates Mardi Gras

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Sisters, Associates and employees gathered in the Motherhouse Dining Room on Tuesday, March 5 for a Mardi Gras celebration. Complete with New Orleans-themed appetizers and refreshments, guests were treated to a parade, music and dancing, and a special guest appearance to mark the coming of Lent.

Ash Wednesday – March 6

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February 24, 2019

Community Members Gather at Border for Prayer Service

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Charity Family members living and volunteering near El Paso, Texas, gathered at the border fence in Anapra, Mexico, in February to attend a border prayer vigil organized by Hope Border Institute and the Diocese of El Paso Commission on Migration. The fence couldn’t stop people from both sides of the border community from coming together for the prayer service and advocating for treating people with respect and insisting on immigration reform!

Continuing to Serve: S. Katrinka Gunn

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Since her retirement from a diverse and colorful active ministry, S. Katrinka Gunn has only felt a stronger desire to reach out and touch people’s lives the way that God has touched hers. READ MORE

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Day of Prayer for Legal Protection of the Unborn

Throughout the month of March, the Sisters of Charity will celebrate the lives of a number of remarkable women and their contributions to our country and world. S. Mary Antona Ebo, FSM (1924–2017) attracted national attention as the first black nun among the group of six who marched in Selma, Alabama, on March 10, 1965. Her famous words: “I am here because I am a Negro, a nun, a Catholic and because I want to bear witness” marked the beginning of her career as a civil rights advocate. In 1967 she became the first African-American woman religious administrator of a Catholic hospital. She helped found and is past president of the National Black Sisters’ Conference.

Mission Monday

The Sisters of Charity are proud to share this video, produced by Julie Davis of Dayton’s ThinkTV, on the Chapel of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton at Good Samaritan Hospital, Dayton, Ohio. The Sisters of Charity began serving at Good Samaritan Dayton in 1932, ministering to the health care needs of the residents of the Dayton area for more than 85 years. The chapel served as the center of daily worship including Mass and personal prayer. Premier Health chose to close the facility on Philadelphia Drive in 2018 with hope for new efforts to meet the health needs of the Fairview area neighborhood. The video was funded by the Good Samaritan Hospital, Dayton, Chapel Fund.

Celebrating Black History Month – Maya Angelou

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Maya Angelou was born in 1928 in St. Louis, Missouri, and became a poet, distinguished American author, screenwriter, dancer and civil rights activist. She experienced firsthand racial prejudices and discrimination, but rose above it all. We share here an excerpt from one of her poems, “On the Pulse of Morning.”


February 17, 2019

MicroFinancing Partners in Africa

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S. Caroljean Willie recently returned from her trip with MicroFinancing Partners in Africa. In reflection of her travels, she says, “Each trip to Africa for me is a lesson in gratitude. I meet people each time who are living in extreme poverty yet are so grateful for the help we were able to give which has enabled them to put food on their tables and send their children to school. I return home each time with a prayer that I may learn to live with a heart filled with gratitude for the gifts I have been given and accept the responsibility that accompanies those gifts. Those living in poverty have so much to teach me if I am open to listening.”

Celebrating Black History Month -
Servant of God S. Thea Bowman, FSPA

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We acknowledge the contributions to religious life and the Church provided by Servant of God Thea Bowman, FSPA. S. Thea grew up in rural Jackson, Mississippi, and died in 1990 at the young age of 52. In 1989 S. Thea addressed the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, challenging them on the racist attitudes in the Church. She inspired thousands of people with her words and her voice, sharing her cultural heritage and spirituality in prayer, song and preaching. She embraced Catholicism as a child, became a woman religious as an adult, in a predominating white Community, but never abandoned her ‘blackness.’ She was able to cross cultural boundaries and share her gifts while uplifting and learning the cultural gifts of others. We remain grateful for her life and her influence in the Church.

Throwback Thursday

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Throwback thursday to 1906 and this unique photo from an Art Gallery used by students of Mount St. Joseph Academy (located at the Sisters of Charity Motherhouse). Sisters Marie Adelaide Bodde and Ernestine Foskey were listed as teachers in art and painting during the first two years of the Academy’s operation. In the years before computers, students would study art by seeing actual copies of master works, many of which featured in this photograph were sourced by Archbishop John Purcell during his trips to Europe. Some of the art photographed here is still on display around the Motherhouse!

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February 10, 2019

S. Montiel Rosenthal Honored

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Congratulations to S. Montiel Rosenthal, MD, who was named as one of the “Best Doctors” in 2019 by Cincy Magazine. S. Montiel ministers as a clinical professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine for the University of Cincinnati, and is faculty for The Christ Hospital/University of Cincinnati Family Medicine Residency Program. S. Montiel recently took part in the Women in Medicine educational event at The Christ Hospital developed to encourage teen girls to consider their future career as a physician.

Intercommunity Novitiate Meets in St. Louis


S. Whitney Schieltz and Novice Director S. Donna Steffen attended a two-day workshop on the vows with the St. Louis Intercommunity Novitiate last week. The pair will be attending additional workshops on the vows in the coming months as S. Whitney continues this time of discernment and preparation for First Vows.

Celebrating Black History Month

Day of Prayer for Legal Protection of the Unborn

As we celebrate Black History month we want to remember Nelson R. Mandela, South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader and philanthropist.  He served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999, having been born in 1918. He was South Africa’s first black head of state and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election. We pay tribute to this inspiring leader of his people. He died in 2013 in Johannesburg, South Africa.


February 3, 2019

Throwback Thursday


In 1906 Mount St. Joseph Academy for Girls opened on the Sisters of Charity Mount St. Joseph property. Through the years the Academy expanded its curriculum offering “post-graduate” courses, and from this the College of Mount St. Joseph opened in 1920, with the college and academy sharing faculty and space. Recently, the Sisters of Charity Archives added to the Ohio Memory Digital Repository graduate photographs from Mount St. Joseph Academy from 1929 to 1941 with more to be added in the near future. Click here to meet the graduates!

We Welcome Our Sister


On Sunday, Feb. 3, the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati welcomed S. Christine Okpomeshine to the Community during a special prayer service in the Motherhouse chapel. S. Christine is transferring from the Handmaids of the Holy Child Jesus to the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. During the service she was formally welcomed by the Community and offered their support, friendship and prayer as she enters into the transfer process.

S. Romina Begins UN Internship


S. Romina Sapinoso began her internship with United Nations NGO S. Teresa Kotturan, SCN, in January. One of S. Romina’s first opportunities was to attend the 2019 International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of Holocaust in the General Assembly Hall on Jan. 28, 2019.


January 28, 2019

February 2 – Feast of the Presentation


On this feast God reveals his glory to us in Jesus. Simeon, having been enlightened by the Holy Spirit, was privileged to welcome Jesus before he died. He blessed Mary and Joseph as they arrived in the temple, calling Jesus a “light for revelation to the Gentiles and glory for the people of Israel.”

Catholic Schools Week: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.


The Sisters of Charity ministered at Cathedral School in Denver, Colorado,
from 1891 until 1982.

We end our celebration of Catholic Schools Week with a school that enjoyed the presence of the Sisters of Charity for 91 years: Cathedral School in Denver, Colorado. READ MORE

Catholic Schools Week: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.


More than 200 years ago, Elizabeth Seton founded what was to be the groundwork for the Catholic School system in America. As we celebrate Catholic Schools Week this year, may we be ever conscious of all those who have benefitted from the values taught, the relationships fostered, and the faith instructed.


January 20, 2019

Sisters Participate in Giving Voice Retreat


Sister of Charity Annie Klapheke was one of the leaders of the Giving Voice 20s & 30s Retreat held Jan. 18-20 in Phoenix, Arizona, at Our Lady of Guadalupe Monastery. The peer-led weekend of prayer, relaxation and community focused on the theme “Staying at the Table: Our Commitment to Community.”

EarthConnection Hosts Final Clothing Sale


After more than 20 years, EarthConnection hosted its final clothing sale at the Mount St. Joseph Motherhouse in January. Donations for the two-day sale come from the Sisters in the Motherhouse and Mother Margaret Hall as well as their relatives and friends of the SC Community. At the end of this year’s sale, a blessing was held for all those who have donated their items or time to make it successful, including S. Winnie Brubach who has been involved since 1995. Remaining items were donated to various organizations throughout the Greater Cincinnati area.

Ripples – Sisters of Charity Sponsored Ministry Bayley


Many think of retirement villages or nursing homes as the last chapter in their lives, but for the Wanninger family Bayley has been a place to call home. READ MORE

Continuing to Serve: S. Patmarie Bernard


Through the course of her ministry and retirement, S. Patmarie Bernard has touched the lives of many through helping her patients with their physical health and the faithful in their spiritual wellness. READ MORE

Sisters Enjoy Winter Tea


Mrs. Carole Williams—wife of Mount St. Joseph University’s president, Dr. H. James Williams—hosted her annual tea with the Sisters last week at Mount St. Joseph. In previous years Mrs. Williams has hosted the Sisters in her home. This year she added the opportunity to serve them in theirs. Sisters from Mother Margaret Hall nursing facility had the opportunity to enjoy tea, hors d’oeuvres and desserts with the Williams’ as well as students and faculty of Mount St. Joseph University. 

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 “Tending Your Soul” video, Pat reflects on the first snow of the season and how taking the time to the enjoy its beauty provided many graced moments.


January 13, 2019

Community Celebrates Closing of MSJ Post Office


Sisters, Associates and friends of the SC Community stopped by the Mount St. Joseph Post Office on Wednesday, Jan. 16 to say thank you to postal clerks Sisters Ann Elizabeth Von Hagel and Timothy Ann Schroeder. The Post Office’s final day of operation before transitioning into a Mail Room was Thursday, Jan. 17. Throughout the day visitors had the opportunity to view photographs and video tributes to the Post Office in addition to sharing their own personal memories. TO VIEW A PRAYER

Mount St. Joseph Post Office – 1891-2019

This week the Community celebrates the closing of the Mount St. Joseph Post Office. Since Nov. 14, 1891, it has served the Sisters of Charity Congregation, Mount St. Joseph University, and the local Delhi community. As we prepare to see the Post Office transition to a Mail Room, we remember fondly its history and the service of its former postmasters and postal clerks. To view a timeline of the former and current postmasters and clerks, click here.

Welcome New Associates


The Sisters of Charity Community welcomed Associates in Mission Cynthia Chase (left) and Elizabeth Hickey (right) during a commitment ceremony Sunday, Jan. 6 at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church in Springhill, Florida. The two women were companioned by Associate Peggy Brockman (center).

The Prayer House: Faithful, Therapeutic and Consolidating


Against the backdrop of the Visitation House in West Price Hill a modest sign that indicates a place in the community where people can unite for the same purpose: to deliver their prayer requests. READ MORE


January 6, 2019

Continuing to Serve: S. Mary Ann Flannery


Through her ministry in spiritual direction and freelance writing on social justice issues, S. Mary Ann has recognized the good in others and allows God to work through her in all of her ministries. READ MORE

Meet Our New Associates: Therese Frye


With the nurturing support of many Sisters of Charity friends and mentors, Therese Frye felt the call to make her commitment to the SC Community as an Associate in Mission in 2018. READ MORE

Community Celebrates Elizabeth Seton


Sisters of Charity, Associates and friends of the SC Community came together on Sunday, Jan. 6 to celebrate the Feast of Elizabeth Ann Seton. The Mass and celebration took place in the Motherhouse chapel followed by light refreshments and fellowship in the Motherhouse Dining Room.


In Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sisters and Associates celebrated Elizabeth Seton’s Feast Day by gathering in the chapel at Penrose Hospital, a hospital that has a long, rich history with the Sisters of Charity.

Associates in Florida celebrated Elizabeth Seton’s Feast with a recommitment service and Mass on Sunday, Jan. 6 at St. Frances Cabrini Church in Spring Hill, Florida. 

Seton High School Celebrates EAS


Seton High School, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity, celebrated the Feast Day of patroness, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, with a Mass on Wednesday, Jan. 9.  Many Sisters of Charity attended the celebration.

Ringing in the New Year


Sisters around the Motherhouse and Mother Margaret Hall nursing facility enjoyed ringing in the New Year with employees during celebrations New Year’s Eve at Mount St. Joseph. Live music, Bingo and numerous other activities were included in the evening’s fun.


January 1, 2019

January 6 – A Prayer for Epiphany

Continuing to Serve: S. Mary Alice Stein

S. Mary Alice Stein’s volunteer ministries can be described in one word: responsive. Wherever there is a need or a role that needs to be fulfilled, S. Mary Alice finds a way to be present to those around her. READ MORE

Meet Our New Associates:Fr. Bill Morton, SSC


Meet Associate in Mission Fr. Bill Morton. Through his active ministries with the Sisters of Charity, Fr. Bill hopes to inspire others to risk a caring response. READ MORE

January 4 – Feast of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

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 “Tending Your Soul” video Mount St. Joseph University student, Hannah, describes how a ‘God Moment’ helped her realize that it is never too late to establish a relationship with God.


December 16, 2018

The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God – January 1

On this feast of Mary, we hear St. Luke tell us: “Mary kept all these things , reflecting on them in her heart” (Luke 2:19). Mary is asking us to reflect on what just happened at Christmas, the birth of Jesus – the result of her ‘Yes.’ She is seeing wisdom unfold before her. What might this mean for us?

The History of Christmas Tree Ornaments

With the holiday season upon us, Christmas trees across the United States have sprouted up and been decorated to celebrate the birth of Christ. Because of the lively tradition, each person has their favorite Christmas ornament to hang on their tree. READ MORE

Journeying Through Advent: Week Four

As followers of Jesus, we journey with the Church in these four weeks of Advent, using the inspirational Scriptures to direct our prayer. Pray with us, Sisters, Associates and friends: Come Lord Jesus, come again and heal us.


December 16, 2018

Sisters of Charity President Honored
with Doctor of Humane Letters

Mount St. Joseph University awarded Sisters of Charity President S. Joan Elizabeth Cook with the honorary Doctor of Humane Letters on Saturday, Dec. 15 at the university’s 102nd commencement. S. Joan was recognized for her leadership of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati and her lifelong ministry as a Biblical scholar. In addition, Sister was the commencement speaker for the ceremonies.  

Meet Our New Associates: Patricia Plogmann

As a Sisters of Charity Associate in Mission, Patricia Plogmann offers her skills as a spiritual director to live the Gospel values and build loving relationships with those she has the pleasure of serving. READ MORE

Journeying Through Advent: Week Three

As followers of Jesus, we journey with the Church in these four weeks of Advent, using the inspirational Scriptures to direct our prayer. Pray with us, Sisters, Associates and friends: Come Lord Jesus, come again and heal us.

Happy Birthday Pope Francis– December 17

Pope Francis consistently reminds us to be with the world; to do something for others that is right and just. “Being a disciple means being constantly ready to bring the love of Jesus to others and this can happen unexpectedly and in any place: on the street, in a city square, during work, on a journey.” Happy Birthday, Pope Francis. May we celebrate this day by bringing the love of Jesus to others.

Advent Calendar


As we prepare to enter the Advent season, we offer this Advent calendar, developed by EarthConnection, a ministry of the Sisters of Charity and a center for learning and reflection about living lightly on Earth. The calendar provides ideas for prayer, reflection and action. VIEW HERE


December 9, 2018

Journeying Through Advent: Week Two

As followers of Jesus, we journey with the Church in these four weeks of Advent, using the inspirational Scriptures to direct our prayer. Pray with us, Sisters, Associates and friends: Come Lord Jesus, come again and heal us.

Christmas Tea

The annual Mother Margaret Hall Christmas Tea for employees, Sisters and volunteers was held on Wednesday, Dec. 12 in the Motherhouse Dining Room. MMH staff beautifully decorated the Dining Room in holiday décor and served their guests as a thank you and celebration for the efforts and assistance of all throughout the past year.

Jingle All The Way

Fifth grade Junior Troop members from St. Antoninus School visited Mother Margaret Hall and the Motherhouse on Thursday, Dec. 6 to sing Christmas carols with the Sisters. The troop has been visiting Mount St. Joseph since 2014 and has enjoyed building relationships with many of the Sisters they have met or been paired with throughout the four years.

S. Romina Participates in Community’s Cross-Cultural Program

S. Romina Sapinoso spent Nov. 5-Dec. 5 in Mixco, Guatemala through the cross-cultural program of the Sisters of Charity Community. During her month’s stay, S. Romina worked alongside S. Sarah Mulligan in the Clinica Daniel Comboni Amicasi, a local healthcare clinic that meets not just the health and dental needs of the people in Mixco but also provides education and support services for groups in surrounding communities. The program offered Romina the opportunity to not only participate in the work of the clinic, but to also get to know and be part of the community of Mixco, and to acquire Spanish language immersion.

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe – December 12


December 2, 2018

Inspiring Youth: A Legacy of Humor and Service

S. Cookie Crowley’s great-nephew Noah Kaffenberger proves that not only is her legacy of humor intact, but the legacy of the Sisters of Charity’s mission is in good hands for future generations. READ MORE

.. And a Partridge in a Pear Tree

Sisters of Charity employees enjoyed the sounds of the season with the Sisters on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 at the Motherhouse. The annual 12 Days of Christmas celebration returned this year with employees and Sisters participating in their own rendition of the holiday classic.

Mother Margaret’s Spirituality

The Sisters of Charity Spirituality Center celebrated the 150th anniversary of founder Mother Margaret George’s death on Tuesday, Dec. 4 through the experience of creating a “scrapbook page” using Margaret’s spirituality. For Mother Margaret, scrapbooking was a therapeutic outlet to symbolically or artistically respond to the challenging trials she faced in her life.

Feast of St. Nicholas – December 6

As we revisit the legend of St. Nicholas this year, we are reminded that each of us are created in goodness, in God’s image. We are challenged to act out of that goodness in our small actions and in the significant deeds of our lives, both individually and communally.

This Is the People Who Long to See Your Face

This year as we reflect and live the messages of Advent, we can get a glimpse of our destination. In the unsettledness of our daily lives and the chaos in our current world, we choose to go deeper these Advent days.

Celebrating the Season

The Motherhouse Gift Shop started off the Christmas celebrations at Mount St. Joseph this week with a Christmas sale Dec. 4-6 for Sisters, Associates, employees and guests. Christmas cards, decorations, handcrafted items and a special homemade treat were included in the fun.

Continuing to Serve – S. Nancy Bramlage

Through her volunteer work with Nuns on the Bus, S. Nancy Bramlage is using her voice to promote the values at the center of our faith. READ MORE


November 25, 2018

Journeying Through Advent

As followers of Jesus, we journey with the Church in these four weeks of Advent, using the inspirational Scriptures to direct our prayer. Pray with us, Sisters, Associates and friends: Come Lord Jesus, come again and heal us.


November 18, 2018

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 “Tending Your Soul” video Jack describes an encounter that left him inspired and full of purpose.

Ripples – St. Joseph Home


Facing and meeting the needs of the most vulnerable for 145 years, St. Joseph Home, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity, offers a loving community to medically fragile children and adults. READ MORE

Sharing the Journey


S. Janet Gildea (center) unexpectedly ran into Seton Hill Sister of Charity Cory Canon while volunteering at the diocesan center in El Paso, Texas, where they are sheltering refugees. The Charity Family continues to respond to Pope Francis’s call to love our neighbors – all our neighbors!

Sisters, Associates Gather for Meet & Eat


Sisters, Associates and Associate candidates gathered on Wednesday, Nov. 28 for the monthly Meet & Eat in the Motherhouse Dining Room. The gathering is an opportunity for those attending to visit with each other and share a meal.


November 18, 2018

From the Border


We remain ever conscious of our sisters and brothers on the U.S./Mexico border – U.S. residents serving as volunteers, those from Central America who are seeking asylum, those walking through Mexico currently, and our own Sisters and Associates who are responding to the needs they find there. We are assured that all will be met with respect, compassion and love. In the words of our SC Charism Statement: “As pilgrims we pray for the wisdom to know the needs of our sisters and brothers and we dare to risk a caring response.” Sharing some of her learnings from her recent experiences is Associate Patrice Harty. READ MORE

St. Rita School for the Deaf Honors SCs


The Sisters of Charity were honored on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the 43rd annual Dream Makers Scholarship Benefit hosted by St. Rita School for the Deaf. According to the school, “The success of St. Rita’s mission is a direct result of the Sisters of Charity’s support over the past 104 years. The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati were the children’s first teachers, resident advisors, counselors and most importantly their family.”

Continuing to Serve – S. Patrice Vales

Living in the spirit of the Good Samaritan is no small task, but retired Sister of Charity Patrice Vales proves that the smallest act of kindness is sometimes all it takes. READ MORE

Let There Be Light: The Move to Cleaner Energy


Encouraged by the Sisters of Charity and motivated by their mission, the Sisters of Charity maintenance staff has engaged in a great undertaking: replacing every light bulb and fixture on the campus of the Motherhouse to LED lights to reduce the amount of energy used. READ MORE

Working In Neighborhoods Celebrates 40 Years


Congratulations to Working In Neighborhoods as it celebrates 40 years of empowering people to make informed choices for themselves and neighborhoods through community building, home ownership and economic learning. The organization, - under the leadership of S. Barbara Busch - celebrated its anniversary, and the next 40 years, on Nov. 19 with a silent and live auction and dinner. To learn more about good works of WIN and the Sisters of Charity associated with the organization, click here.