On December 8, Sister Donna Geernaert was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for contributions to the advancement and education of women and to excellence in higher education in Canada. As Congregational Leader, Sister Donna (centre) accepted the medal on behalf of the Congregation.
The Sisters of Charity – Halifax are celebrating 125 years in the Archdiocese of Boston. Today, almost 150 members serve in active ministry, in presence and in prayer in Massachusetts.
A brief history booklet on the Sisters of Charity-Halifax presence in Boston is available by contacting email@example.com .
S. Nuala Kenny just published a new book entitled, Healing the Church: Diagnosing and Treating the Clergy Sexual Abuse Crisis.
Sister Nancy Brown, a Sister of Charity of Halifax, is a tireless advocate for the most vulnerable in our society: homeless youth and young people at risk for human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
Sisters of Charity-Halifax, friends and supporters celebrated the Congregation’s 125th Anniversary in the Archdiocese of Boston at The Lantana in Randolph, MA, on April 12.
The Sisters of Charity – Halifax were named Co-op Employer of the Year (2011) by Mount Saint Vincent University’s Co-operative Education Department.
A new LifeWay House is now ready to provide “safety, security and a place of healing for women survivors of human trafficking”.
Sisters of Charity-Halifax have signed an agreement with Southwest Properties Limited for redevelopment of the 63 -acre property overlooking the Bedford Basin, where the Congregation’s Motherhouse once stood.
In October, 15 members of the four Federation congregations of the Maritimes met at Caritas Residence to discern the future of the Canadian Federation Maritime Project.
On September 28, the province of Alberta paid tribute to the contributions of women religious in education, health care and social services to the people of the province over the past 150 years.