Sisters of Charity of New YorkNow in our third century of living lives of love Anniversary Video Receives 2017 NCDC Lumen Award
Join Us for the 2018 Spring Benefit at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers
On May 17, 2018, the Sisters of Charity Spring Benefit will return to The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers where the 200th Anniversary Gala was celebrated in 2017. Join us as we honor Ann Marie Smith and Jennifer Coffey, Esq.
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We, the Sisters of Charity of New York, are deeply concerned about the situation of young persons affected by the suspension of DACA protections. DACA was a common-sense path to stability for families, communities, and local economies, and a reaffirmation of American values. Read the complete statement by the Sisters of Charity…
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.
Sisters of Charity Celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week By Lorraine Cooper, SC Reflecting on her sixty-six years as a Sister of Charity of New York, Sr. Barbara realized that teaching was the God-given gift she would use in ministry. She began teaching...read more
Sisters of Charity Celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week By Lorraine Cooper, SC From her earliest days as a Sister of Charity, Sr. Patricia always put charity first. If someone needed help, she reached out—even if it got her into difficulties. Her wonderful...read more
Sister Doris was kind and compassionate, had a wonderful sense of humor, and loved her work—whether it was in the mountains of Guatemala or the streets of New York. Sister Doris Ann Pagano (Sister Christopher Marie) was born October 16, 1937, in Manhattan,...read more
Sisters of Charity Celebrate National Catholic Sisters Week By Lorraine Cooper, SC Sister Miriam Anne happily began her ministry as a Sister of Charity as a third-grade teacher at St. Paul’s School in Brooklyn. In 1944 she was sent to study nursing at the College of...read more