Watch videos about the Sisters of Charity of New York and sponsored ministries on the new Video Gallery at
The videos paint a vivid picture of the ongoing mission and commitments of SCNY. Through interviews and onsite locations, the videos enhance an understanding of new and ongoing priorities and programs.  
Recent videos include:
Laudato Si’ — Caring for Our Common Home
Learn about the Sisters of Charity of New York’s multi-year commitment to the Laudato Si’ Action Platform (LSAP ) and the relationship between caring for our common home and caring for those who live on the planet, especially those who live in poverty. Laudato Si’ invites us to take part in this journey and to pray, to engage in “a conversation with one another” to transform the world.
Sisters of Charity in Retirement Continue to Serve
After decades of service to others, some would find the prospect of “retirement” as a welcome time for rest. For a Sister of Charity, retirement often means an opportunity to find new ways to serve. This video explores the post-retirement activities of Sisters Eileen McGrory, Charlotte Raftery, and Genevieve Wetmore.
Vincent’s Table
Vincent’s Table, a new program sponsored by the Sisters of Charity and the College of Mount Saint Vincent, is designed to provide food and other items for their neighbors facing food insecurity and homelessness in the Northwest Bronx and Yonkers. The collaborative ministry will also provide a space for staff, student volunteers and Sisters of Charity to share in prayer, meals, and life experiences on the Mount Saint Vincent campus.
Vincent’s Village
Vincent’s Village, a 93-unit affordable housing development primarily for seniors in Nanuet, Rockland County, N.Y. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of New York, Vincent’s Village continues the Congregation’s long history of providing housing for those in need.
Advent 2021 Reflection by Sister Mary Ann Daly
Yo, Mary! Sister Mary Ann Daly, SC, delivered the reflection on Congregation Day, December 2021. The Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth from Convent Station, N.J., joined the New York Community at Mount Saint Vincent for the first joint Congregation Day in New York.
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