In celebration of the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul on Sunday, Sept. 27, the Vincentian Family is hosting a virtual concert by international performing arts group Gen Verde. The members of Gen Verde include 22 women from 14 different countries. They began an arts and music project for youth called Start Now, which promotes peace and dialogue. The concert will begin at 3 p.m. Eastern time.
This will be transmitted on the facebook channel of Gen Verde, 15:00 hours Eastern Daylight Savings Time (USA). In order to find the exact time of broadcast in your area, click here.
Associate Destiny Sargeant, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, will join us to talk about Mental Health and Self Care during COVID-19.
CLICK HERE to register for 11 a.m. ET – 10 a.m. CT – 9 a.m. MT – 8 am PT – 7 a.m. AT meeting.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing the Zoom link.
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Last weekend, Sisters Patty Huffman, DC, and Vivien Linkhauer, SC (Seton Hill) received a warm welcome at the SC Federation’s House of Charity in New Orleans, Louisiana. They join Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Monica Gundler and S. Peg Johnson, SCL. To read more about the House of Charity’s collaborative ministry, please visit https://sistersofcharityfederation.org/hoc_sept2020/.
Thanks to information from the Hagedorn sisters, Jan Hagedorn and S. Barbara, Sisters of Charity learned of and participated in the PB&J Outreach Project of Our Daily Bread last week. A group of Motherhouse Sisters prepared 200-plus sandwiches to be delivered to Our Daily Bread soup kitchen and social center on Sept. 2; the sandwiches accompany the guests who received the hot meal at noon, giving them something to eat later in the day. S. Annette Paveglio coordinated the assembly of the PB&J sandwiches assisted by Sisters Anita Parks, Sandy Howe and Kathryn Ann Connelly in the Motherhouse dining room. S. Barbara delivered the finished product to Our Daily Bread.
Sisters of Charity enjoyed the final days of sun and swim this Labor Day weekend at the Motherhouse pool. The pool has served as a place of recreation and retreat for many during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sisters living in Mother Margaret Hall nursing facility are thrilled to have the opportunity to once again visit with Sisters living in the Motherhouse and off campus. The visits are taking place outside on the MMH patio and although there is plexiglass between the two of them, the time together has been extremely special and treasured.