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We Have A New Archivist

1707 archives thumbI would like to briefly introduce myself, my name is Nicola Kelly and I began working as the Archivist for the Religious Sisters of Charity, Sandymount, Dublin in May 2017.  I am currently familiarising myself with the rare treasures buried within the archives confines, each letter, photograph, diary entry etc. forms an integral part of the Congregation’s rich tapestry.

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Ringsend Parish celebrates Sr Maria in style

maria kenny thumbCongratulations to Sr Maria Kenny and to the parishioners of Ringsend Parish in Dublin for a wonderful celebration on Sunday, 25th June 2017.
St Patrick’s Parish in Ringsend and Irishtown organised a wonderful celebration for Sr Maria’s Golden Jubilee.  The chief celebrant was Bishop Raymond Field, Auxiliary Bishop in Dublin and Sr Maria was joined by her family, friends and sisters of the Congregation. 

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The Sisters Were Here – Clarinbridge 1844-2017

1707 clarinbridge thumbHaving given 173 years of service to the people of Clarinbridge, near Galway in the West of Ireland, the Sisters of Charity will soon be bidding a final farewell to the people who have welcomed them for almost two centuries into their homes and hearts.  

 

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Special News from our sister Congregation in Australia

1706 aus olnpA special Liturgy will be celebrated on Saturday, July 1 to mark a significant moment in the lives of two of Australia’s religious congregations. The Liturgy marks the day that Our Lady’s Nurses of the Poor, founded in 1913 by Eileen O’Connor and Fr Edward McGrath msc, come under the aegis of the Congregational Leader and Council of the Religious Sisters of Charity of Australia for governance, administration, and pastoral care.

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The Religious Sisters of Charity Will End Our Involvement in Saint Vincent’s Healthcare Group and Will Have No Involvement in the New National Maternity Hospital

Statement by Sr Mary Christian, Congregational Leader of the Religious Sisters of Charity

“The Religious Sisters of Charity will end our involvement in St Vincent’s Healthcare Group and will not be involved in the ownership or management of the new National Maternity Hospital.

“For the last two years we have been actively working to find the best way to relinquish our shareholding of the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group (SVHG).  It includes three hospitals; St. Vincent’s University Hospital, St. Vincent’s Private Hospital and St. Michael’s Hospital, Dun Laoghaire.

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