The Pittsburgh SCNs were treated to a festive luncheon by the Benedictine Sisters on Wednesday, June 9th. The party was originally scheduled around Thanksgiving of 2020 but had to be canceled due to the up surge in the virus.
Sister Paschal Maria Fernicola is thrilled to be teaching other Sisters at the Motherhouse how to speak conversational Spanish in a class she hosts every Thursday in the dining room. Muchas gracias Sor Paschal!
Sisters Vinaya and Philo have been visiting Catholic families in outstations as they begin this new chapter for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and enter into pastoral ministry in the Kenya mission.
Sister Sarita Manavalan has compiled her poetry into a booklet and would like to share it here in digital form. The poems are reflections on herself, social issues, nature, and the world.
The support for the virtual Nazareth 5k has been tremendous. Take a look at our gallery of supporters who have already submitted photos. And it’s not over yet. Registration to complete the course at Nazareth or 3.1 miles wherever you are is open through Sunday.
Sister Mary Anne is so grateful to her Sisters in religion for the opportunities she has been given in education and in ministry. She has literally seen the world through her travels as an SCN. Even more than for the opportunities given, “I want to express my deepest gratitude for all of the personal care and concern of our leaders and the care and concern for my well-being, both spiritual and physical, that has made me – with God’s grace – the person I am today.”
See the video of the first and perpetual vows in the Patna Province celebrated on May 22, 2021, in Mokama.
Sister Saroj Kumari meets with domestic workers to empower and educate. The women gratefully responded as she gave an awareness program on the new government schemes which were recently issued by the Maharashtra Labor Welfare Board. This is to help women understand domestic labor laws and to encourage them to take the COVID-19 vaccine for their safety.
Loretta Weller, SCN, 97, (formerly Mary Hugh) was born in Newport, Kentucky. She died June 2, 2021, in Nazareth, Kentucky. She was a professed Sister of Charity of Nazareth for 66 years. Sister Loretta served as an elementary education teacher and principal at Our...
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