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Perpetual Profession of Sister  Josephine and Sister M. Helena, August 11, 2013 Golden Jubilee of… [more]

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From all eternity God has chosen in a special way those He wants to be His own. There is no set time… [more]

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We are Sisters of Charity of Our Lady Mother of the Church.  We devote ourselves to the works of charity… [more]

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Care of the Elderly

Closely following in the footsteps of Christ and adhering to the patrimony of the Congregation, we spend… [more]

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God speaks to souls in many ways. Sometimes He uses spectacular means as in His call of Abraham and Moses.… [more]

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We have been engaged in the teaching apostolate since the very beginnings of the Congregation.  When… [more]

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Keenly aware that union with God thrives in an atmosphere of silence and recollection, we make every… [more]

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  We see St. Vincent dePaul as an inspiring example of evangelical service. The founder of our… [more]

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  In a spirit of joy-filled simplicity we endeavor by word and example to promote a community atmosphere… [more]

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Sisters of Charity
  • Mission Statement

    As Sisters of Charity of Our Lady Mother of the Church we embrace our two-fold mission of sanctity and service. In a spirit of simplicity we aspire to live a life rooted in the Gospel, in imitation of Mary and expressed by prayer, charity, self-denial and loving submission.

    We devote ourselves to the works of charity and, as true daughters in the heart of the Church, we serve others through the apostolates of education, caring for the sick, the aging and the poor, wherever there is a need.

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  • Let Us Pray: Statement Regarding HHS

    The Sisters of Charity of Our Lady Mother of the Church publicly and without reserve support the Catholic Bishops of the United States in opposing the Health and Human Services mandate requiring that all group health plans and health insurance issuers provide the full range of contraceptive methods and services under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA). We joyfully serve the poor and are deeply concerned about the need for universal healthcare for all Americans, rich or poor, working or unemployed, young or aged. We are, nevertheless, firm in our conviction that no law, even one purportedly aimed at the “common good,” can be seen as “good legislation” if it opposes the moral law, requires persons of faith to betray their consciences, and is in flagrant violation of the freedom of religion clause of the Constitution of the United States.

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  • It is absolutely necessary, both for our advancement and the salvation of others, to follow always and in all things the beautiful light of faith.
    ~ St. Vincent de Paul

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New Postulants!

We are thankful to God for the gift of two new postulants, Sister Maria Mercy and Sister M. Alexandria. Sister Alexandria entered on June 27th, the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Sister is named after Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Sister Maria Mercy entered on July 16th, the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. May they both continue to grow in the knowledge and love... Read More

Presentation of Jesus in the Temple

The Church celebrates the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord on February 2, commemorating when Jospeh and Mary brought the infant Jesus to the Temple forty days after his birth to perform the ritual of purification. It is commonly referred as Candlemas, since the blessing and procession of candles is included in today’s liturgy. “In obedience to the Old Law,... Read More

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