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Called to Serve

Sister Visitor Center, a Catholic Charity ministry, recently welcomed a Sister of Charity of Nazareth as its newest executive director. Paris Slapikas, SCN, is taking over the leadership of the ministry that serves families on the margins in Louisville, Kentucky.

Doors to Hope

In the bright sunshine of Sunday, May 23rd, Doors to Hope held its closing ceremony outdoors at its location at St. Simon & Jude Parish in Louisville, KY. About 50 guests including past directors, SCN Leadership, Doors to Hope volunteers, and the families served marked the end of this SCN ministry. Several speakers shared their Doors to Hope memories and how the ministry has impacted their lives.

A water solution in Nepal, a picture of hope emerges

After a devastating magnitude of 7.8 earthquake shook Nepal in 2015 killing more than 1,900 people, The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth set forth from their Kathmandu-based Navjyoti Center to help those around them. One initiative was a water project in a village where the Sisters already had a presence with empowerment programs. Today, the drinking water is flowing, safely and reliably to residents of Koshidekha.

Called to Serve
Called to Serve

Sister Visitor Center, a Catholic Charity ministry, recently welcomed a Sister of Charity of Nazareth as its newest executive director. Paris Slapikas, SCN, is taking over the leadership of the ministry that serves families on the margins in Louisville, Kentucky.

Doors to Hope
Doors to Hope

In the bright sunshine of Sunday, May 23rd, Doors to Hope held its closing ceremony outdoors at its location at St. Simon & Jude Parish in Louisville, KY. About 50 guests including past directors, SCN Leadership, Doors to Hope volunteers, and the families served marked the end of this SCN ministry. Several speakers shared their Doors to Hope memories and how the ministry has impacted their lives.

A water solution in Nepal, a picture of hope emerges
A water solution in Nepal, a picture of hope emerges

After a devastating magnitude of 7.8 earthquake shook Nepal in 2015 killing more than 1,900 people, The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth set forth from their Kathmandu-based Navjyoti Center to help those around them. One initiative was a water project in a village where the Sisters already had a presence with empowerment programs. Today, the drinking water is flowing, safely and reliably to residents of Koshidekha.

Visitor Center at Nazareth

Visitor Center at Nazareth

Visitor Center Director Rita Davis, SCN, is excited to share about the new items available at the Visitor Center on...

Originally published in The Journey magazine Vol. I, 2017SCN scholarship changes a lifeJennifer, a young...

SCN scholarship changes a life

SCN scholarship changes a life

Originally published in The Journey magazine Vol. I, 2017 SCN Bicentennial scholarship recipient A smiling young...