First Sunday of Lent, Sister Mary Clark, SC
LENTEN REFLECTIONS WITH THE SISTERS OF CHARITY OF SETON HILL
CELEBRATE SAINT ELIZABETH ANN SETON
Cheerfulness prepares a glorious mind for all the noblist acts.
– Elizabeth Ann Seton
As we celebrate Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, watch the new 15-minute film on the life and legacy of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton presented by the The National Shrine of Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton - Seeker to Saint
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Caritas Christi and the administrative offices of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill at DePaul Center are closed to the public until further notice. The decision to reopen will follow the direction of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and the staged reopening of Pennsylvania.
Elizabeth Seton Memory Care UPDATE: OCTOBER 19, 2020, Due to the rise in the COVID-19 rate to 8.9% in Westmoreland County, we regret to tell you that out of an abundance of caution ESMCC has made the decision to discontinue in-person family visitation to our facility effective Wednesday, October 21, 2020. Read full post.
UPDATE: OCTOBER 20, 2020, Our nursing staff is quite concerned about the increase of Covid-19 cases in Westmoreland County. On October 15th there were 148 new cases and 33 admissions to Westmoreland Hospital. Due to this increase and to be pro-active to safeguard our sisters, personal visitation will not be permitted at Caritas Christi and the complex until further notice.
Vision of the Sisters of Charity Seton Hill
As citizens of the world, we stand in solidarity with all creation.
Evermore conscious of our internationality, we seek harmony in every dimension of our lives.
By living vibrant compassionate community, we witness God’s covenantal fidelity.
Through deep listening to our charism, we call ourselves to new ventures and risk-taking.
The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill is an international, apostolic community of women religious, baptized in Christ, and vowed to continue the mission of His Church. In the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Elizabeth Seton, the congregation conceives its purpose to be an active ministry on behalf of the Kingdom.
This service is: informed by Gospel values, responsive to the needs of a changing world, guided by the prudent use of available resources, respectful of human dignity, protective of human rights, devoted especially to the poor and oppressed, rooted in faith, animated by prayer, supported by the common life, and performed in humility, simplicity and charity.
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