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Elizabeth Seton— Educator

Elizabeth Seton— Educator

(In recognition of National Catholic Schools Week we invite you to read "Elizabeth Seton - Educator" by Sr. Mary E. Mc Cormick, originally published in the 2018 Autumn edition of Vision.) What exactly was Saint Elizabeth Seton’s first school like? How was St. Joseph’s...

A Turning of a New Season

A Turning of a New Season

[Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ urges us to cultivate “hearts...authentically open to universal communion.” (#92) In response to this call in light of our charism of Charity, Sr. Claire E. Regan offered these thoughts on a snowy December morning.] In her recent...

A Special Prayer for Elections 2022

A Special Prayer for Elections 2022

As people of faith and faithful citizens, we pray these days before, on and following Election Day that we work for a democracy that values respect, dignity, inclusiveness, and equity. We pray that voters, election workers, those who hold political office, those who...

The 1619 Project Zoom Conversation Series

The 1619 Project Zoom Conversation Series

Join us for The 1619 Project Zoom Conversation Series: What is it? Why is it so important to discuss slavery now? After all, 1619 was 500 years ago and the ratification of the 13th amendment was December 31, 1865, 157 years ago. What impact did 500 years of...

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