The inspiring adventure of the origins of each of the congregations of the Sisters of Charity Federation in North America. Learn where and when each congregation began, key figures in their histories, and what needs they filled (for example: caring for orphans after a cholera epidemic, educating children, responding to the needs of those who were poor, immigrants, etc.). Special thanks to Denise Gallo, Sr. Judith Metz, S.C. and Sr. Julie Cutter, D.C. for assisting with the creation of this video.


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7 Comments on “Sisters of Charity Federation: History”

  1. This was a wonderful video of the history of the Federation. Many thanks to all who worked to accomplish it.
    Sr. Catherine, S.C.

  2. Thank you, Sr. Catherine! It was a team effort & a labor of love. Hope to produce more like this in the future.

  3. The live streaming and speedy publication of keynote speeches and homily has made this historic Assembly very immediate and impactful. Just finished Annie Klapheke’s blog Hearts wide open, and thought my engagement was at an end when this video popped up! Well done Monica and team for its excellent production!

  4. wonderful…bringing all together all sisters with the vincentan spirituality. So happy to know that we are formed as a Federation! God bless us all!

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