Updates from Sisters of Charity of Nazareth
There have been a lot of comings and goings in this month of September at the Belize City house with special visits and celebrations.
Isabella Arellano is a new intern at Nazareth working in the Retreat Center. She is excited and happy to be working at Nazareth.
Children from around the world come together to create a heartwarming video of them singing ‘May the Christ Light.’
The month of September carries profound significance both for the people of Belize and for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, especially as we celebrate our 48th year of presence in Belize, aligning with the country’s 42nd year of Independence.
42 years ago, on Sept. 21, Belize was declared free from British rule and became an independent nation.
On a beautiful Saturday morning, several members of the Presentation Academy Cross-Country team came to the Nazareth campus for a special team activity.
A monthly STEM event held for local children on Sept. 18 at Bardstown Elementary School featured various lessons in health care, giving local students a chance to explore the world of medicine. The Sisters are a sponsor of the program and actively participate with the kids.
This correspondence is a testament to the tireless dedication and unwavering commitment of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and their service to the St. Theresa Parish in Rhodelia, Kentucky. As you delve into this writing from Father Ronald Knott, you will encounter heartfelt gratitude, a passionate recounting of history, and an enduring respect for those who have served with such distinction.
The InterCongregational Collaborative Novitiate (ICCN) met on Sept. 15-16, 2023, for its annual in-person meeting in Chicago.
We Sisters of Charity of Nazareth are an international Congregation impelled by the love of Christ in the tradition of Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac and the pioneer spirit of Catherine Spalding.
Embracing intercultural relationships, we and our Associates commit ourselves to care for all creation and to work for peace and justice in solidarity with oppressed and marginalized peoples.
General Assembly 2023
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