Sisters of Charity of New YorkNow in our third century of living lives of love Anniversary Video Receives 2017 NCDC Lumen Award
2018 Fall Luncheon Returns to Xaviar’s X2O
The Fall Luncheon will be held once again at Xaviar’s X2O on the Hudson on Wednesday, September 12, from 11:30 am to 3 pm. We hope you plan to join us for this popular event that has sold out since it’s debut in 2014. Click to purchase luncheon and raffle tickets.
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…
Autumn—a time to thank God for a full harvest of blessings, a time to pray for peace, for responsible care of creation, for workers & those who seek work, for teachers & students, for migrants, refugees and all who suffer in poverty. Pray with Charity Wisdom from our founders and friends and friends.
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.
This reflection on Mary comes from an unusual source — a new book on faith and its impact on the financial choices we make. The author, James Philipps, is a full-time teacher of religion at Cathedral High School, Manhattan, and an adjunct at Molloy College on Long...read more
Sister Marie John Jimenez (Thelma Judith) was born February 4, 1932 in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, one of two daughters of Judith Mora and René Jimenez. Thelma attended Saint Catherine of Genoa Elementary School and Cathedral High School, both in Manhattan. She...read more
By Charlotte Raftery, SC How did I come to be in ministry with the Sisters at Mary the Queen, and now with the Sisters in Schervier and St. Patrick’s Home? You might say God called me when I saw the advertisement for the job at Mary the Queen, and Sister Kathleen...read more
Sister Marianne recognized the goodness in God’s people. Sister Marianne Robertson (Sister Marian Dominic) was born December 28, 1931, in Yonkers, NY, one of four children—three boys and one girl—of Harold and Margaret Duffy Robertson. Marianne attended...read more