In 2019, the Seton High School community celebrated the end of an era with the retirement of S. Teresa Dutcher. Not only was it the end of S. Teresa’s 39 dedicated years to the school, but it was also the end of more than 160 years (1854) of service by the Sisters of Charity as teachers and administrators. …
Rev. Dennis Dettenwanger
All Sisters, volunteers, Sister of Charity employees and non-employees that are contracted personnel are welcome to attend the 20 minute prayer service and distribution of ashes.
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Congratulations to SC sponsored ministry St. Joseph Home on the organization’s inaugural Night of Possibility. The fundraiser and evening at the Newport Aquarium superseded its goal of $50,000 to bolster developmental disability care within their programs.
Motherhouse Sisters enjoyed a private tour and tea at DePaul Cristo Rey High School recently at the invitation of school President S. Jeanne Bessette, OSF. The Sisters of Charity sponsor DPCR, and the campus has undergone significant change since the school opened in 2011. Some of the visiting Sisters had not been on campus in several years to witness the school’s growth and success as it nears the end of a major construction project adding two new buildings to the Clifton campus.
During Catholic Schools Week, student ambassadors from Seton High School delivered a ‘sweet’ gift for the Sisters. Socks wrapped to look like cupcakes, with a personalized note from a Seton student, were presented to the Sisters as a thoughtful gift for these cold winter months. The Community also shared the socks with persons at Community Matters in Lower Price Hill.
Sisters of Charity attended the celebration of Good Samaritan Hospital’s Graduate Medical Education Building’s new wall displays on Jan. 23. Housed entirely on the third floor of Dixmyth Tower, the halls of Medical Education are a walk through time as important figures in the history of Good Samaritan, Bethesda North and TriHealth are honored for their contributions. A timeline of key milestones in medical education and a reproduction of the 1875 surgical amphitheater from the Hospital of the Good Samaritan are vividly represented in striking detail. Attendees were able to learn more about a variety of historical subjects by scanning select QR codes on exhibit panels which includes Sisters Anthony O’Connell and Myra James Bradley. Graduate students from Northern Kentucky University partnered with Good Samaritan in this effort.