DIRECTION STATEMENT OF
THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF SAINT ELIZABETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2019
We, the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, with deep faith and trust in Divine Providence, seek healing for our world through the transforming love of God. Impelled by Boundless Charity, we strive to collaborate with others to promote right relationships and the common good of all people and creation. Energized by the fire of Charity, we, as bearers of hope, accompany people in need while advocating for systemic change.
We commit ourselves to the conversion and transformation necessary to make God’s love known in the world. As a Congregation we challenge ourselves to sustain the mission by:
Acting with conscious awareness of our interdependence with one another and all creation.
Practicing consistent advocacy for human rights, right relationships, peace and nonviolence.
Embracing a simple lifestyle and a responsible stewardship of our resources.
Engaging current and future generations in the charism and energy of Charity.
2019 General Assembly
June 30, 2019
DAY OF REFLECTION
Sr. Marion Scranton is a Sister of Charity of St. Elizabeth. She earned a Bachelor's degree from St. Elizabeth University and a Master's degree from Seton Hall University. Sr. Marion completed her graduate studies in Spanish at Montclair State University and holds certifications in pastoral care and spiritual direction.
CATHOLIC SISTERS WEEK
COMMUNITY FOOD DRIVE
The increase in food insecurity and underlying causes, such as the Covid-19 pandemic, poverty, unemployment/underemployment, and inconsistent access to healthy food is a current reality. Let’s join together in this effort to make a difference in our country, especially within your local communities.
OUR ONLINE SHOP IS OPEN
Visit our new online shop and browse our beautiful Charity Notes, note cards designed by our talented Sisters. All cards have a suggested donation and will be mailed to you free of charge. Proceeds will go to the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth to help carry out the mission of Boundless Charity.
Thank you for your continued support.
Traditional reverence meets modern relevance.
From Montserrat to Guadalupe to Black Lives Matter we will look at our ever-evolving experiences of God’s presence in our ever-evolving world. Part of the Lenten series on African-American Spirituality Sponsored by the Office of Peace, Justice,
and Ecological Integrity of the Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth
All are Welcome!
Meeting ID: 818 1569 9261 | Passcode: 334661
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