October is National Archives Month

National Archives Month with the Sisters of Charity October is National Archives Month and the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill certainly have reason to celebrate! The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) announced that the congregation is one of 18 institutions selected from a total of 59 applications to receive a grant through…

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Sister Spotlight: The Doran Sisters

Sister Spotlight: The Doran Sisters Written by Casey Bowser, Archivist The vision of a thriving community and home for the Sisters of Charity was imagined by Mother Aloysia Lowe and Mother Anne Regina Ennis, but the third Superior of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, Mother Josephine Doran, fully realized that dream. In addition…

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Angels on the Way: St. Philip School in Crafton

Angels on the Way: St. Philip School in Crafton Written by Sr. Louise Grundish, S.C. Angel Way will not be the same as Saint Philip School begins the 2018-19 school year this August. For the first time since September 1915, there will be no Sister of Charity principal to welcome the students as they pass…

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The Man, A Vision, and His Castle

The Man, A Vision, and His Castle By Jonteal Hasty, Intern and Junior History major at Seton Hill University President Daniel Richard Sullivan In the 1920s, Seton Hill College experienced tremendous growth and change, particularly around the time that the first priest President of Seton Hill was inaugurated. Reverend Daniel Richard Sullivan was born December…

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St Marys School for Boys

St. Mary’s School for Boys

St. Mary’s School for Boys Edward, William, and James McKeever, the orphaned nephews of Reverend Edward McKeever and the first students of St. Mary’s School. Image/Text Courtesy of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Archives. St. Mary’s School, Blairsville, Pennsylvania St. Mary’s School, Seton Hill, Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Image Courtesy of the Sisters of Charity…

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