Sisters live and minister in the following locations:
SCLs serve in health ministries.
Among ministries, one Sister works in archdiocesan housing.
The greatest concentration of SCLs live and serve in Kansas.
The House of Charity helps people of New Orleans rebuild post Hurricane Katrina.
An SCL physician sees patients in a community clinic.
Two Sisters minister on the Crow Reservation
An SCL directs the Living Waters Catholic Reflection Center.
North Carolina, USA
Pastoral ministry is the focus of an SCL serving a multicultural parish.
An SCL works for an agency that helps women who have been trafficked.
New York, NY, USA
An SCL theologian is on faculty at Marquette University.
SCLs are part of a community effort to assist families that are homeless.
Hermanas serve in a city and in two different locations in the Andes Mountains.
An SCL is part of an international team working with refugees.
Walking with women who have been victims of trafficking is a key part of the ministry of presence. In addition to being community in a safe house to women who are victims of trafficking, Sister Melissa Camardo is development director for LifeWay Network...read more
From clinics for the uninsured to hospitals to the system office, Sister Jennifer Gordon has served in different roles across the range of healthcare settings operated by SCL Health. Rather than a conscious decision on her part to pursue a ministry in...read more
Sister Judy Hayes never wanted to be anything but a teacher. With only a few hours’ advance notice, she began her first teaching assignment as a young Sister of Charity of Leavenworth (SCL) in 1961. She’s been at it – and loving it – ever since.read more