Year of Mercy
Learn more about the Corporal Works of Mercy:
Feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, shelter the homeless, visit the sick, visit the prisoners, bury the dead and give alms to the poor.
Moments of Mercy
Prayer for Year of Mercy -- Pope Francis
Click here for helpful resources for the Year of Mercy.
Partners in Charity
Vincentian Family connection
The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth are part of the worldwide Vincentian family -- living the charism of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac.
Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth are members of the Charity Federation, a group of communities of women religious who trace their roots to Vincent de Paul, Louise de Marillac and Mother Elizabeth Ann Seton.
The National Shrine
of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
In 1809, Elizabeth Ann Seton founded the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph’s in Emmitsburg, Md., the first community for religious women established in the United States. Her legacy now includes religious congregations in the United States and Canada – including many Sisters of Charity – whose members work to address the unmet needs of people living in poverty. Mother Seton was the first citizen born in the United States to be given the title of “Saint.” Her remains are entombed in Emmitsburg in the Basilica at the National Shrine that bears her name.
Holding candles symbolic of the spirit of their new leadership, left to right, the new SCL Community Council, Sisters Phyllis Stowell and Amy Willcott, Councilors; Eileen Haynes, First Councilor; and Constance Phelps, Community Director.
"Flame of Love" is the name of the new sculpture created by Sister Pamela Hinkle and placed in the natural burial site of the SCL cemetery in Leavenworth.
Attention: prospective clients and community partners: Welcome Central has a new address in Leavenworth: 217 B N 5th Street. Phone is 913-702-8108.
The Sisters of Charity Federation has invited us to join in prayer and fasting the 2nd Tuesday of every month, and in the months leading up to the November 2016 elections.