Mott-StOn July 16, 2015, posted an article written for the Irish Voice that praised the contributions of the Sisters of Charity, particularly in the mid-to-late 19th Century when Irish immigrants arrived in New York in large numbers.

Author Turlough McConnell is the curator and producer of the exhibit, “A Monumental Legacy: Archbishop John J. Hughes and the Building of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.” His research, which brought him to the Sisters of Charity Archives, inspired this article about the Congregation. Click on the link below to read his wonderful tribute.

How the nuns tamed the Gangs of New York