Elizabeth Ann Bayley born in New York City.
Elizabeth establishes Sisters of Charity in America in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
Three Sisters go to New York City to open an orphanage. This was the first mission of the Sisters of Charity in New York.
Elizabeth Seton dies of tuberculosis in Emmitsburg.
Church establishes beginning of Catholic school system in New York City and the Sisters are charged with education of girls.
The Sisters of Charity of New York are formally established as a congregation. Elizabeth Boyle is elected the First Mother.
Sister Mary Angela Hughes opens St. Vincent's Hospital.
Sisters move the Mother House at McGown's Pass from what is now Central Park to present location in Riverdale, NY.
Sister Mary Irene Fitzgibbon opens the New York Foundling Hospital.
First Sisters of Charity mission established outside the U.S. begins in Nassau, Bahamas. Sisters sailed on the S.S. Santiago on October 24, 1889
New York State grants a charter for the College of Mount St. Vincent, which evolved from the Academy of Mount St. Vincent's fifth-year program established by the sisters.
Beginning of the Federation of the Sisters of Charity in the Vincentian tradition.
The Congregation opens the Convent of Mary the Queen in Yonkers as
a residence For the Senior Sisters. It is called "The House That Love
Sisters of Charity join the Harlem March for justice and equality.
Congregation opens first mission in Central America in Santa Lucia Utatlan, Guatemala to serve the Mayan Indians.
Elizabeth Seton canonized. She becomes the first American-born saint. Sisters establish the Associate Relationship Program.
Sisters open Fox House, which provides temporary housing, education and social services for homeless women and their children.
Congregation's Assembly adopts Vision 2000, which emphasizes focus on women's issues, global awareness and the poor.
Sisters establish Casa de Esperanza and Elizabeth Ann Seton Women's Center.
Sisters establish Sisters Hill Farm.
Sr. Barbara Ford is killed in Guatemala. She is revered as a martyr by the Guatemalan people.
Sisters establish Seton Village, Nanuet, a residence for Senior