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Office of Peace, Justice and Care for Creation Advisory Committee members Associates Patty Broughton, Irene Diesel, Jan Metz, Debbie Weber and Rita Wesseling toured the Cincinnati-based Esther Marie Hatton Center for Women in January. S. Katharine Pinto, who serves on the board of Shelterhouse, the organization that oversees the homeless shelter, arranged for the tour. The OPJCC team will be partnering with staff and residents of the Shelterhouse centers during the Lenten season.
Fifteen Sisters in their 40s from 11 congregations and 12 countries came together this past weekend in Seal Beach, California, for the Giving Voice 40s Retreat. Sister of Charity Romina Sapinoso joined the women for an energizing weekend filled with wisdom and love.
Sisters Tracy Kemme, Annie Klapheke and Whitney Schieltz joined Catholic peers in their 20s and 30s for a weekend of community, prayer and relaxation. This year’s Giving Voice retreat, held in Phoenix, Arizona, focused on the theme “Friendship with God: A Sending.”
S. Sally Duffy received the 2020 Exemplar Award from the Notre Dame Club of Greater Cincinnati on Sunday, Jan. 19 at its Family Mass and Brunch. According to its newsletter, “[B]efore discerning her vocation with the Sisters of Charity, [S. Sally] served as Notre Dame’s second women’s basketball coach while a graduate student at the University. She went on to a stellar career providing resources, strategic vision/guidance and spiritual leadership to many initiatives both locally and across the country that have improved conditions for the most vulnerable and underserved populations …” Congratulations, S. Sally!