First book published in a series on Sisters of Charity’s second century
The period from 1912 to 1924 was one of change for the United States. World War I, the flu epidemic and women’s suffrage were among the events facing Americans — some welcome, some not.
The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have always focused on community involvement and thus were not immune to the flux in which the country found itself. Now those 12 interesting years are documented in the first of a series of books chronicling SCN’s second century in existence. It will be published in segments following the terms served by SCN mothers general.