At Asha Deep Ujjval in Seelampur, Sisters organized a half-day leadership workshop for skills program trainees.
Encouraging the habit of reading, Nazareth Convent School, Vasai, hosted a ‘BookTalk’ for the students on Nov. 18, 2022. The participants proved their mettle through their eloquence and insightful opinions and encouraged their companions to read. Every participant was awarded a certificate of excellence and memento.
This Giving Tuesday, the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are investing in the professional training of teachers and the education of children to help transform communities in Botswana. To help students like Amy reach their full potential with access to quality education. Tell your friends and family, Giving Tuesday is a global day of generosity that will take place on Nov. 29, 2022.
In preparation for Christmas, the Famvin Systemic Change Commission invites you to a weekly offering of Advent Reflections.
We, the members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, are committed to work toward a world where reverence for all living beings finds expression in an approach to life free from violence.
Sister Miriam has decided that she would like to end her stamp ministry. If you, or an organization you are associated with, have been collecting and donating stamps to Sister, please know that your efforts have been appreciated. However, we are asking that Sister’s wishes to end this ministry be honored. Sister is looking forward to being retired at age 96 with plans to be a volunteer reader to other Sisters who are visually impaired.
Our story continues, Sister Lawrencetta continues to update the Congregation about the Sisters’ travel to India in 1947 and the interesting sights and people encountered along the way.
The Office of Ecological Sustainability held a workshop on how to identify and remove invasive plants at Nazareth.
On Saturday, Nov. 19, 2022, SCNs Sangeeta Ayithamattam, Susan Gatz, Brenda Gonzales, Michelle Grgurich, Marlene Lehmkuhl, and Marilyn Shea attended the 34th Anniversary African American Catholic History Celebration at St. Monica Parish, Bardstown, Kentucky. The Archdiocese of Louisville Office of Multicultural Ministry African American Ministries sponsored the program.
We Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are an international Congregation in a multicultural world. Impelled by the love of Christ, in the tradition of Vincent de Paul and the pioneer spirit of Catherine Spalding, we and our Associates are committed to work for justice in solidarity with oppressed peoples, especially the economically poor and women, and to care for the earth. We risk our lives and resources, both personally and corporately, as we engage in diverse ministries in carrying out this mission. – General Assembly 1995
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.