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Sister Sarah Mulligan co-founded the Daniel Comboni Community Clinic in Mixco, Guatemala.Sister Sarah Mulligan co-founded the Daniel Comboni Community Clinic in Mixco, Guatemala.

National Catholic Sisters Week
March 8-14, 2017

Join the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati in celebrating National Catholic Sisters Week, March 8-14, 2017. Throughout the week, the Sisters of Charity will be participating in the “Kindness: Get in the Habit” campaign, a comprehensive marketing campaign that encourages kindness among all people. It’s a response to the intolerance and violence that continues to grow in the world – environmentally, politically, ethnically, socially and economically. Join us in being in right relationship with all creation.

“The Kindness campaign is inspired by our Christian call to treat one another as we would hope to be treated,” S. Georgia Kitt says. “It’s both a response to the incivility that continues to permeate talk shows and social media, and a call to Gospel values such as caring for the poor. We want to call attention to what we should be doing for each other. We are to be feeding the hungry and welcoming the stranger. We are to be practicing compassion, as Jesus taught us. Simple acts of kindness can change the world, one person at a time. We’ve never needed it more than we do right now.”

Changing the World, One Person at a Time

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. VIEW MORE

Water with Blessings brings clean, safe water to families around the world. READ MORE

 

Sisters of Charity were present for the October 2016 Convergence at the Border organized to draw attention to the causes of migration and the abuse of human rights that has accompanied increased militarization of our southern border. READ MORE

For the past five years S. Peggy Rein has been ministering at Holy Family School in Price Hill (Cincinnati, Ohio) through a grant from SC Ministry Foundation. READ MORE

A shining example of God’s merciful love, S. Pat Newhouse volunteers to the elderly parishioners at St. Martha in Okemos, Michigan, as well as local nursing facilities. READ MORE

Hidden away on the outskirts of Juarez, Mexico, in the colonia of Anapra, is a humble building that houses the Santo Niño Project. Within plain view of the United States border, a group of Sisters of Charity discovered a call to serve children with special needs. VIEW VIDEO

S. Andrea Koverman visits the Holy Land to address the injustice of not having safe drinking water and to connect with the children suffering the effects of war. READ MORE

Grow Your Kindness in Me

Teach me to understand, Lord.

Teach me what it is to be
thirsty
hungry
fearful
lonely
sick
imprisoned.

Teach me what it is to
lose everything.

Teach me what it is to
lose hope.

Let my new understanding
grow your kindness in me...
grow your mercy in me...
grow your forgiveness in me...
grow your love in me...

Amen