Ministries of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill are rooted in faith, animated by prayer, supported by the common life, and performed in simplicity, humility, and charity.
Stations of the Cross—Meditations in Poetry and Line
The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill offer this special collection of the Stations of the Cross for daily reflection during the Lenten Season. These meditations by Sisters Mary Nolan (text), Maria Consuelo Pacheco (art), and Mary Kay Neff, (design) were first printed in 1995 on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill. This version of the Stations of the Cross can be prayed in brief periods of time. Click on the first tile below to begin a meditation on the Passion of Christ.
Visit the International Vincentian Family web site to learn more about following “Christ, evangelizer of the poor” in the model presented in the life of Vincent de Paul and his collaborator, Louise de Marillac.
Click on the links below to tap into the rich Vincentian spirituality resources.
FAMVIN News—udated daily with news for and about the Vincention Family
VinFormation—Learning to Serve Resources to deepen your understanding of the Vincentian Charism; includes presentations, games, videos and more
Vincention Encyclopedia—a site for learning more about Vincentian people and places, from the past and the present
VirtualVins—the Vincentian Family hosts its own social networking site. Join in the conversation to meet others who are inspired by the example of Vincent, Louise, Frederick, Elizabeth and others
The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton: Seton Heritage Ministries promotes the life and legacy Elizabeth Ann Seton as a source of inspiration and encouragement for all people. Plan a visit to the shrine or shop on line.