Vocation News

House of Charity

House of Charity

On January 5-10, Chris Kunze, SCN and other Sisters from the Charity Federation gathered with young women at the House of Charity in New Orleans for a Come and Serve Weekend.

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Future of Charity

Future of Charity

Future of Charity, a group of recently vowed members and women in formation with religious congregations belonging to the Sisters of Charity Federation, recently celebrated 10 years at the House of Charity. Pictured here is their first gathering.

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Tertians discern for perpetual vows

Tertians discern for perpetual vows

Tertians have been spending their Christmas vacation as a discernment period for perpetual vows. Sister Basanti Lakra accompanied the young sisters in their spiritual journey of 10 days.

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What am I most excited about in the future of religious life is meeting new people and developing relationships as well as deepening my friendships with the ones I already know.

Judy Donohue

Temporary Professed, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

I am excited about the newness and creative ways that religious life can grow and develop as we move with the signs of the time.
Carlette Gentle

Perpetually Professed, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

As I consider the future of religious life I am excited about the opportunities we’ll have to collaborate in ministry and experience community living together across the Federation.
Paris Slapikas

Perpetually Professed, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth

We are with you every step in

The Journey of Your Discernment

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Calling

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Inquiry

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Come and See

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Discernment Weekends

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Candidacy

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Novitiate

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Temporary Profession

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Perpetual Profession

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Ongoing Formation

Sister Chris Kunze

Sister Chris Kunze

Vocation Director

P.O. Box 17545
Louisville, KY 40217

Phone: (502) 348-1525

Contact Sister Chris

%

of Catholic Sisters say that someone encouraged them to consider a vocation.

%

of the recently professed have college degrees, including 19% with master’s degrees and 5% with doctoral equivalent.

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of Catholic sisters (new members) first considered religious life by age 21.

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of young members cite a desire to be of service.

The Vitality of Catholic Sisters

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