SCL employees share goodwill

SCL employees share goodwill

Led by efforts of the SCL Mission Team, employees of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth respond year-round to calls to assist persons in need. Most recently the group collected packages of spaghetti and jars of sauce to donate to the free community meal served by...
Look for Prayers Everywhere

Look for Prayers Everywhere

Dan Dakotas, SCL Associate, considers art the first language a person speaks and believes that there are strong connections between art and spirituality. Dan – educator, artist, metalsmith, photographer and prison ministry volunteer – spoke to a group of 50 Sisters of...
SCLs key in founding of clinic

SCLs key in founding of clinic

As Clinica Tepeyac, Denver, prepares to observe its 25th anniversary this year, leadership of the federally qualified health center invited three Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCLs) to reflect on the history and legacy of the agency. Jim Garcia, clinic chief...
Year in review: focus on charism

Year in review: focus on charism

As Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCLs) and SCL Associates marked the 160th anniversary of the founding of the religious Community in 2018, the Vincentian charism/spirit continued to energize their efforts. Their commitment to serve persons who are poor or...
Tragedy turned beautiful; heart keeps beating

Tragedy turned beautiful; heart keeps beating

Matt Sollars was 25-years-old when he died five years ago, but his heart lives on in Jamie Poindexter, transplant recipient from Pea Ridge, Ark. Recently, Matt’s two daughters, his wife Emily Sollars and grandmother Mary Irick met Jamie during a holiday gathering at...
Current immigration system dehumanizing

Current immigration system dehumanizing

At this challenging time in U.S. history when the arrival of new immigrants and asylum seekers has escalated into a highly divisive issue, two Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth (SCLs) perceive the current situation as a humanitarian and moral crisis. Their recent...
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