Seton Hall memories shared this week come from former member/current Associate Jackene Hartford Laverty, Sisters of Charity CFO Tim Moller, and former Communications Office staff member, S. Marty Dermody. May their remembrances bring laughter and fond memories of times shared with those who graced its halls. …
As the world has continued to adapt and make sacrifices in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sisters and Associates have found new ways to manage the daily changes in their lives. The following article is the final in a series taking a look at the creative ways a few of our Community members have dealt with these days of staying home and staying cautious. …
Servant of God S. Blandina Segale was born 171 years ago today in the mountains of northern Italy and came with her family to Cincinnati at the age of 4. We are proud to claim her as our own Sister of Charity.
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On Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021, Sisters of Charity Associates renewed their commitments during morning and evening Zoom prayer services. Associates from Ohio, Colorado, Alaska, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Maryland and England participated in the virtual ceremonies, committing themselves “to live in the spirit of the Charity charism and mission and to risk the sacred journey.”
Sisters of Charity and health care, direct service workers in the Motherhouse and Mother Margaret Hall were the first to receive the Moderna vaccine on campus Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Another supply is expected next week for all remaining SC employees who choose to receive it. Sisters of Charity President Pat Hayden, who received the vaccine on Wednesday, said of the experience, “It was great. I didn’t even realize I got it. This is truly a gift and blessing for the world.”
The Community welcomed eight new Associates in Mission on Sunday, Jan. 3 in Springhill, Florida. Congratulations to: (front row, from left) Iris Ramirez, Janine Poisson, Heather Litton, (back row, from left) Margaret Martin, Jean Leonard, Theresia Griffin, Gail Metcalf and Judith Brooks.
Sisters of Charity employees with congregational offices in Seton Hall began their move from the building in December. Offices relocated around the Motherhouse campus, with newly updated spaces.