Catholic Charities has been welcoming migrants from across the globe to their new homes for more 100 years. Through the Sisters of Charity’s partnership with Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio, S. Sandy Howe has been walking with a family from the Democratic Republic of the Congo seeking asylum in the U.S. To learn more about their story please view the following video.
In 1869 the Sisters of Charity purchased Biggs Farm in Delhi. With the Novitiate increasing each year, the Academy at Cedar Grove was too small and a new Motherhouse was needed. With its beautiful vista overlooking the Ohio River, the property appeared to be the perfect location. Through the years St. Joseph’s has been put to many uses and seen many Sisters come and go. …
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Demolition on Seton Hall officially began on the Motherhouse campus on Tuesday, Feb. 23 with the ceremonial first swing taken by Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati President Pat Hayden. The process set in motion what will be an approximate four-month process to take down the building. Please join us in prayer for the safety of all the construction specialists.
“Kindness is like snow – it beautifies everything it covers” Kahlil Gibran. The Mount St. Joseph campus enjoyed a beautiful week of winter weather with more than six inches of snow falling during mid-February.
Sisters of Charity and health care, direct service workers in the Motherhouse and Mother Margaret Hall received their second dose of the Moderna vaccine on campus Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. All remaining SC employees who chose to receive the vaccine will get their second shots next week.
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.”