Pope Francis declared that a Year of Consecrated Life (YCL) be celebrated around the world from November 30, 2014 to February 2, 2016. Throughout the year ahead watch for stories of our Sisters as they share what their life as a Sister of Charity means to them.
We Join in Prayer
Sisters and Associates gathered together at the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center in prayer.
Sisters of Charity Multi-Service Center (Casa Esperanza)
Casa Esperanza offers assistance to the immigrant community in Yonkers.
Sisters of Charity Sponsored Ministries
The directors of our sponsored ministries were introduced to our supporters at the Annual Spring Benefit at the Water Club.
Join us on May 4, 2015 as we come together to honor Mr. Brian Duffy and Sr. Miriam Kevin Phillips at the Water Club. This night of fun, food and friendship helps support our our ministries to those living on the margins. Please join us! View invitation.
Spring – the Easter season — new life bursts forth around us and within us. Christ is risen; our hope is not in vain! Find inspiration in Charity Wisdom from our founders and friends, and spiritual reflections on the Scriptures of the season….read more
Latest Issue of Vision
Sister Jane Iannucelli traveled to Guatemala to receive Sister Rosenda Castañeda Gonzalez, who made her first vows in Guatemala. She was also present as two young women entered Postulancy. Click here to read/download.
The Year of Consecrated Life
Celebrate the year by sharing the joys of our ministries with us. Read more.
OUR MISSION AS SISTERS OF
CHARITY IS TO SHARE IN THE
ONGOING MISSION OF JESUS
by responding to the signs of the times
in the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul
and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton,
by revealing the Father’s love
in our lives and in our varied
ministries with and for all in need,
especially the poor.
For nearly 200 years, the Sisters of Charity of New York have met the challenges of the times and ministered to the needs of those living in poverty. The Congregation’s history begins with its foundress, Elizabeth Ann Seton.…read more