Watch videos about the Sisters of Charity of New York and their sponsored ministries.
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, 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.
Unstoppable Charity Virtual Spring Benefit 2021
If you missed our Virtual Spring Benefit, here is your chance to watch it. Experience the “Unstoppable Charity” of our Frontline Workers and all who work tirelessly for the Charism of Charity!
The Mission Continues: Who is My Neighbor?
For over 200 years, the Sisters of Charity have advocated for our neighbor — those most in need of our love and support. Today we continue to serve our neighbor through our sponsored ministries. YouTube video from 2019.
Sisters of Charity Rebuilding Lives of Love – 200th Anniversary, 2017
On August 13, 1817, Elizabeth Ann Seton sent three Sisters to New York to serve the growing number of orphans resulting from the cholera epidemic and the poverty of the newly arrived immigrants. For 200 years we have seen and recognized the needs of each generation. The Sisters of Charity, the city, the state, and the Church have grown together over these two hundred years. What joy and cause for rejoicing are the stories that can be told! It is our hope that together we may continue to reveal God’s love to those in need, especially those on the margins. YouTube
A Place to Call Home
Life Experience Faith Sharing Associates (LEFSA), our ministry to New York City’s homeless population, celebrates its 30th Anniversary during Congregation’s 200th Year of Service. Team members recall the early days of this organization and reflected on the impact it has made in their lives. 2016. YouTube
POTS & The Sisters of Charity of New York
Part of the Solutions, or POTS, was opened in a storefront on Fordham Road in 1982 by Fr. Ned Murphy, SJ, Tim Boon, and Sister Jane Iannucelli, SC, (current Preident of the Sisters of Charity) to help feed those living in poverty in the Bronx. This video reflects on the beginning of the soup kitchen and the many who immediately stepped forward to lend their assistance to the new ministry. This video also recalls the tremendous collaboration of religious and laity that helped make POTS the success it is today. YouTube