On June 16, Brenda Gonzales, SCN, was among the many constituents who participated in a virtual visit with Congressman Brett Guthrie’s office. His aide, Elaina, met with the group.
In front of a home on Cedar Street in West Louisville, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth announced a $2.5 million dollar investment in the Louisville Urban League and its “A Path Forward for Louisville” work.
Two summer volunteers, Sean Sullivan (right) and Patrick Dooley (left), who are recent graduates from the University of New Haven in Connecticut, are living on campus and serving through the Lay Mission Volunteer Program.
Sister Luke teamed up with a young artist, Kaema Ansera, to create a mural that will grace the front wall of the home. It is the Women in Circle logo, made up of eight hands in a circle. Last night they began the process of outlining the design with the use of a projector. The paint will come next. Stay tuned to see how it turns out!
After a year off, the SCNAs in Dangriga finally came out to be together. Sister Carlette travelled down to Dangriga this weekend to meet with the SCNAs.
Gardeners at Nazareth’s Community Garden participated in a seed swap to share seeds, young plants, gardening resources, knowledge, and time in community.
Seven temporary professed Sisters, Jharna Rani Malick, Ranjita Baa, Mansuri Kujur, Monica Tudu, Nitya Toppo, Swastica Kiro, and Veronica Soren renewed their vows on June 13, 2021, at the Provincial House, Patna.
Anna Marie Rhodes, SCN, 90, (formerly Dorothy Jean) was born in Akron, OH. She died June 11, 2021, in Nazareth, Kentucky. She was a professed Sister of Charity of Nazareth for 70 years.
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.
Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, we invite lay women and men to a cross-cultural partnership with people, especially the oppressed, economically poor and marginalized, primarily in the areas in which Sisters, Associates and/or members of the Sisters of Charity Federation are called to mission.
Recognizing the interrelatedness of all creation, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth’s mission includes the commitment to care for Earth. Sisters are committed across the Congregation to address the destruction of natural resources and the ecological and environmental crisis.
The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are committed to social ministry that includes charity and systemic change. The Office of Social and Environmental Justice emphasizes systemic change that is rooted in the Gospel and directed by the Congregation.