“God calls you to work in this vineyard. Go therefore, having but a single heart and a single intention, and in this way you will bear much fruit.” St. Vincent de Paul
(Abelly 2:126; CED III: 82-83)
My Life Matters.
Team Members from Life Experience Faith Sharing Associates, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity Ministry Network, share their personal experience of George Floyd’s death and racism in their lives.
Unstoppable Charity FlipBook
Our sincere thanks to all who joined us for our Virtual Spring Benefit and to all who support our Unstoppable Charity. Click to view our Unstoppable Charity Flipbook.
Sisters of Charity of New York
Now in our third century of living lives of love
The Sisters of Charity of New York is a community of Roman Catholic women religious who share in the ongoing mission of Jesus. We do so by responding to the signs of the times in the spirit of Saints Elizabeth Ann Seton, Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac. We strive to reveal God’s love in our lives and in our varied ministries with and for all in need, especially those living in poverty.
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Watch Our UNSTOPPABLE CHARITY Spring Benefit
Our Spring Benefit, held virtually on May 20, is our largest annual fundraiser which provides the resources needed to continue the work and outreach of our ministries. We invite you to watch this incredible event. Click here.
Latest Issue of Vision
The cover of the fall issue features Vincent’s Village, the 93-unit affordable housing unit sponsored by SCNY that celebrated its grand opening in September. A new program sponsored by SCNY and CMSV, Vincent’s Table, seeks to address food insecurity in the local area. Other stories include a profile of Sister Kathleen Tracey, and more profiles of sisters missioned in Guatemala. Click here to read/download.
In Memoriam: Sister Miriam Anne Brennan, SC
Sister Miriam Anne Brennan was a Sister of Charity nurse, par excellence, who loved her work and all she served. She once spoke of herself as “an old shoe in the closet – one people turn to when they need comfort”. Sister Miriam Anne Brennan, Miriam Theresa, was born...
Third Week of Lent Reflection 2023
Pope Francis invites us to: “Fast from worries and have trust in God.” We frequently worry about next steps, what others think, dangers ahead. We worry about illness in our families, war in our world and the decisions we make. Pope Francis urges us instead to trust in...
Barbara Ford Peacebuilding Center: Charity Rises in Guatemala
By Luciano Laynez, Executive Director, The Barbara Ford Peacebuilding Center The Barbara Ford Peacebuilding Center is a non-profit Civil Association, established in the Republic of Guatemala in 2009 with the objective of promoting the integral human development of the...
International Women’s Day Prayer
By Sr. Roma De Robertis, SCIC INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY PRAYER We celebrate You, life-giving God, expressed in girls and women throughout the Earth. Playing, laughing, singing, dancing, suffering, bleeding . . . Seeding, leading, nurturing, encouraging, resisting war,...
First Week of Lent Reflection 2023
“Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned.” Psalm 51 This first week of Lent, let us look at the ways we have fallen short. What have we done or failed to do to become the person God has called us to be? Can we with humility, ask God to transform us? Do we trust that...
In Memoriam: Sister Patricia Noone, SC
Sister Pat shared the light of her baptism generously, through language, communication and teaching. Sister Patricia Noone, formerly Sister Maura Catherine, was born March 11, 1939, in the Bronx, one of two daughters (twins) of Patrick and Maureen Maguire Noone....
Lent: Fast From – Feast On
- adapted from William Arthur Ward, Fast From-Feast On Fast from worry … feast on peaceFast from negativity … feast on trustFast from loneliness … feast on communityFast from self-criticism … feast on acceptanceFast from rushing … feast on intentionalityFast from...
Presidents Day: Standing on the Shoulders
The Congregation recently began our election year pre-assembly meeting with a special tribute video presented by the Executive Council, celebrating decades of work from our five living SCNY Presidents (year of service order): Sr. Carol A. Barnes Sr. Elizabeth A....
Advent is a time of waiting, of longing, of preparing the way. Read reflections for the Sundays of Advent.