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O Holy Night

O Holy Night By Sister Susan Smolinsky It was two days before Christmas when late in the afternoon the phone rang in the chaplains’ [...]

2021-11-30T19:44:27+00:00By |Comments Off on O Holy Night

Sister Beatrice Thompson (Agnes Rhoda)

Sister Beatrice’s early ministries took her to British Columbia where she served for fourteen years. Upon her return to Halifax in 1961 she ministered at the Halifax Infirmary Hospital and Saint Vincent Guest House where she served in food services and later became the Main Kitchen Supervisor at the Halifax Infirmary. Sister Beatrice had a great appreciation for all who served in Nursing, Housekeeping, Maintenance, and Food Services. She enjoyed great conversation over a cup of coffee.

2021-10-22T14:53:26+00:00By |0 Comments

Water Appeal – Donor Relations

Our Commitment to Clean Water Continues By Carrie Flemming Since 2005, the Sisters of Charity-Halifax have made a priority of supporting projects to bring [...]

2021-10-04T14:25:19+00:00By |Comments Off on Water Appeal – Donor Relations

Charity Speaks Launch

Charity Speaks Launch By Mary Flynn, Congregational Archivist After three years of behind the scenes work, Charity Speaks, a collaborative online exhibit created by [...]

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The Climate Crisis

The Climate Crisis By Sister Mary Ann Connolly I have to admit, I overslept!  Not by just a few minutes, but I daresay by [...]

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Global Inequalities

Global Inequalities By Sister Marie Elena Dio The multiple global inequalities are woven together, like warp and woof in a weaving. Usually, they share [...]

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