Latest issue of ‘The Journey’

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

December 9, 2022

The third volume of The Journey for 2022 will be hitting mailboxes soon and is available to read online here. The Journey is a Congregational magazine highlighting Sisters and ministry stories from the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth around the globe. The new issue features stories on celebrating Foundation Days in the United States and India, Sister Mary Ninette Manning’s impact on local Catholic students, and Sister Carlette Gentle’s embracing of religious life at a young age.

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  1. Kathy DeMita

    My name is Kathleen (Brackett) DeMita from the Boston, MA area. My mother & Sister Evelyn Hurley were cousins. Can you let me know how she is doing? I always receive a Christmas card & note from her but have not heard from her yet this season. I sent her a card a few weeks ago & hope she received it. Please tell her I am thinking of her & praying for her.
    God bless you all.

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  2. bill sparks sr

    1972 I STARTED TO WORK FOR SISTER MIKE AT ST JOE( LEXINGTON) MADE IT MY LIFE AND STAYED FOR 30 YEARS. I HAVE SOME FOND MEMORYS OF ALL OF THE SISTERS. SISTER MIKE ENJOYED HER GARDEN.

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  3. Martha Walsh SCN

    When finished reading The Journey, I always leave it in Church or give it to our active Youth Group leader with the wish it might inspire others to know the SCNs and maybe follow with us on the Journey. She says there are two with “missionary hearts”.

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    • Kacie Emmerson

      Wonderful idea!

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  4. Patsy Buckler

    I always look forward to receiving my copy of The Journey.

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