Saddened by the taking of innocent black lives and mindful of the many protests and vigils taking place across the country, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth delivered a statement affirming the need for understanding, healing, and a just society where all are treated with the dignity they deserve.
Updated with video: In the midst of COVID-19 and a lock down across the country, eight second-year Novices, Saroj Kumari from Bangalore Province, and Alma Xaxa, Asha Bage, Asrita Lugun, Priya Asrita Marandi, Neetu Hembrom, Promila Kisku, and Swati Kujur from Patna Province, made their First Vows at Nazareth Convent chapel, Mokama, India.
Six Tertians, Hema Santhosh, Jonice Lepcha, Mandapati Prasanthi, Maya Anton Amolik, Nirmala Diggi, and Sosanti Xaxa have begun their Tertianship Program in March. This program includes the study of SCN History, review of Constitutions, Leadership Training Program, Exposure and learning from the lives of poor and marginalized, and a few other pertinent issues of the Congregation, the Church, and Society.
Chandapura community would like to share with you the outcome of the Laudato Si’ week through the form of a video and the Earth Magnificant. Sisters took turns to lead the members into deeper communion with nature and be grateful for all its gifts, based on Laudato Si’. Each sister promised to protect and care for our Mother Earth as they tied ribbons, symbolizing our friendship with nature.
Helen Blodgett, SCN, 71, was born in Danbury, CT. She died May 22, 2020 in Danbury, CT. She was a professed Sister of Charity of Nazareth for 43 years.
Sister Ann Whittaker and Sister Anne Marie O’Shea laid flowers at the graves of their fellow Sisters of Charity of Nazareth buried at Calvary Cemetery in Brockton, Massachusetts.
Pope Francis said in Laudato Si’, “The very flowers of the field and the birds which his human eyes contemplated and admired are now imbued with his radiant presence.” Nazareth is home to over 100 bird species and counting. This week as we celebrate Laudato Si’, bird surveyor Jennifer Snyder takes us on a tour of Nazareth’s habitat and introduces us to some of the birds that call Nazareth home.
‘Every Cloud has a Silver Lining’ – A beautiful video message for everyone during these difficult times prepared by the students of Nazareth Academy, Gaya.
The SCNA Chattanooga group held its first virtual gathering on Tuesday, May 19.
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.