Publications

  1. Press releases and media

    Statement by Canada's Catholic Sisters Regarding the Climate Emergency

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  2. In memoriam

    Death Notice - Sister Celestina Lekoekoe

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  3. Press releases and media

    A Tribute to the Sisters of Charity in Lowell, Massachussetts

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  4. In memoriam

    Obituary Notice - Sister Gertrude Rondeau

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  5. SCO News

    A Rome Conference on Human trafficking

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  6. SCO News

    Sisters' Departure From Fort-Coulonge

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Word of Welcome From the Superior General

<p>Word of Welcome From the <strong>Superior General</strong></p>

Rachelle Watier, SCO

Superior General

Word of Welcome From the Superior General

Welcome to the website of the Sisters of Charity of Ottawa! It will allow you to better know our foundress, Élisabeth Bruyère, the Sisters, the Associates and the Consecrated Lay Persons who seek to continue in our present day her charism of compassion and spread her charity.

The Sisters of Charity are involved in several areas: education, health care, social and pastoral ministry. Like Mother Bruyère, the Sisters of Charity of Ottawa seek to be committed in all those fields which require an attentive ear, an open hand and a loving heart.

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The Sisters of Charity are involved in several areas: education, health care, social and pastoral ministry. Like Mother Bruyère, the Sisters of Charity of Ottawa seek to be committed in all those fields which require an attentive ear, an open hand and a loving heart.

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We always find more powerless than ourselves to help.
Élisabeth Bruyère
I tell you solemnly, if your faith were the size of a mustard seed you could say to this mountain, "Move from here to there and it would move; nothing would be impossible for you".
 Mt. 17:21
Lord, I want to hear Your whispers louder than the noise of the world surrounding me. What do You want to say to me today ?
Mark Batterson