Video of first vows through the years

Posted by Spalding Hurst

January 11, 2023

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, India Province, recently celebrated their Platinum Jubilee, marking 75 years of service to the community. As part of the celebrations, a video was created featuring the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth from the Eastern Province who have taken their first vows from the year 1959 to 2022.

The SCNs have dedicated their lives to serving those in need, and have made a significant impact on the lives of countless individuals and communities throughout the years. Their commitment to charity and service is an inspiration to us all, and their Platinum Jubilee is a fitting tribute to their dedication and hard work.

The video showcases the SCNs at different stages of their lives, from their early days as novices to their current roles as experienced and respected members of the community. It provides a powerful reminder of the impact that one person can make when they commit themselves fully to a cause they believe in.

The SCNs of the Eastern Province have made a tremendous contribution to the community through their work in healthcare, education, and social welfare. They have opened schools and hospitals, and have worked to improve the lives of people living in poverty and those with disabilities. They have also been actively involved in the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women.

The video is a moving tribute to the SCNs, and serves as a reminder of the selfless dedication and love that they have shown to their communities over the years. The Platinum Jubilee of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, India Province is a celebration of their work, but also an opportunity to reflect on the ongoing need for compassion, love, and service in our world.

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have touched the lives of many people, and their legacy will continue to inspire for many more years to come. As we celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of the SCNs of the Eastern Province, let us all be reminded of the importance of charity and service in our own lives, and let us all strive to make a difference in the world in our own way.


  1. Martha Walsh SCN

    Thankyou for beautiful video and especially using our sisters names so we can meet the younger members and see update of older faces.

  2. Ann Susan Villa

    How Beautiful! Thank you! Love to All. Sisters!

  3. Ann Moyalan

    Wonderful Video to cherish the beautiful memories over the years, a fitting tribute to Platinum Jubilee. Thank you .

  4. Bev Hoffman, SCN

    What a beautiful video! Thank you!

  5. Maggie Cooper

    Wow, Sisters, that is a wonderful video!!! As we see all of you and your vow dates, we praise God for each of you! Our SCN family is truly marvelous!

  6. susan gatz

    What a beautiful video filled with all the faces of our sisters who have dedicated their lives for the mission and charism. very touching.

    • Mary. K. A

      Congratulations Ankita for assembling the photos and making the video for ever to be remembered.
      Your silent effort is much appreciated.
      Continue to create such memories….


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