May 1, 2020

Thank you for supporting Issue 33: The Health and Human Services Levy

On behalf of the Sisters of Charity Health System and our ministries that receive critical funding from Cuyahoga County, including St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and Joseph’s Home, we would like to thank the community for their support of Issue 33: The Health and Human Services Levy. The levy passed on April 28 with nearly 70 percent of voters in support of the levy increase. [More]
May 1, 2020

Joseph's Journey: Joseph's Home remains open for our community's most vulnerable

The recent issue of Joseph's Journey, the biannual newsletter of Joseph’s Home, features an article about how the ministry has remained open during this unsettling time, as well as information about an extended partnership with Cuyahoga Community College, how the ministry is positioning itself to better serve the growing medical needs of residents and alumni, news updates and more. [More]
April 29, 2020

Healthy Learners releases new video that highlights its mission of removing children's health barriers to learning

Healthy Learners is devoted to removing children's health barriers to learning with love and compassion, which is highlighted in a newly released video. The video features students, health care providers and more who help tell the story of Healthy Learners. In 2019, Healthy Learners serviced 1,910 students across South Carolina and facilitated more than 5,699 services statewide through five programs serving 150 schools. [More]
April 27, 2020

Sisters visit Regina Health Center and Light of Hearts Villa with "care caravan"

Rain drops and high winds didn’t stop the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland (and some friends) from connecting with their fellow sisters on Sunday through a “care caravan.” Dozens of cars drove by Regina Health Center and Light of Hearts Villa, honking and waving as they sent special messages through signs. [More]
April 23, 2020

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families stays connected to the fathers it serves

Being a parent isn’t easy. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, for many parents – and that includes fathers - this job has gotten harder. Fathers are faced, once again, with higher threats of unemployment and the frustration of not being able to provide for their families. Despite these trying times, the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families and its six fatherhood organizations across the state haven’t stopped programs and services. The center is using technology, creative solutions and old-fashion one-on-one outreach to keep fathers connected to their families, the support and guidance of staff and to other fathers in the center's programs. [More]
April 20, 2020

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina awards needs grants in response to COVID-19

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has awarded 21 grants totaling $83,000 to organizations that are meeting the urgent needs of individuals and families who have been impacted by the effects of COVID-19. [More]
April 17, 2020

Students collect 4,600 books for Early Childhood Resource Center

Students at Hoover, GlenOak, and Perry high schools near Canton, Ohio, donated more than 4,600 books to the Early Childhood Resource Center. The students, who delivered the 84 boxes of books earlier in March, are part of their school’s Educators Rising group, which is a student organization for those interested in a career in teaching.
April 16, 2020

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families releases 2019 impact report

The mission of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families is to provide the means for fathers to become great dads. Learn more about how the center is changing the lives of fathers and families across the state in its The State of Fatherhood 2019 Impact Report.
April 14, 2020

Global Sisters Report discusses the importance of the 2020 Census with Sr. Judith Ann Karam, CSA

Sister Judith Ann, congregational leader of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, has joined other faith leaders in multiple efforts to help promote the 2020 Census and the importance of being counted. She recently spoke to Global Sisters Report about the 2020 Census and the role faith leaders can have in sharing information about it. [More]
April 12, 2020

A prayer and reflection for Easter Sunday

The angel said to the women in reply, “Do not be afraid! I know that you are seeking Jesus the crucified. He is not here, for he has been raised just as he said. On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share the following prayer and reflection for Easter. [More]

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