2016 Annual Report in the Year of Mercy

2016 Annual Report in the Year of Mercy

Reflecting on the Year of Mercy: A Letter from Sister Sally Duffy, SC

Can you forgive God, your parents and yourself? I remember a priest at Notre Dame University beginning a homily with this question. Forgiving one’s self begins with recognizing that God forgives our sins. Yet one must begin by acknowledging our own sins, betrayals, denials, wretchedness, and collusion.

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Healing the Sick

Healing the Sick

Healing the Sick: Bayley

Cincinnati, OH  | www.bayleylife.org

When Pope Francis declared the Jubilee Year of Mercy, he wrote,“The mercy of God is his loving concern for each one of us. He feels responsible; that is he desires our wellbeing and he wants to see us happy, full of joy, and peaceful. This is the path which the merciful love of Christians must also travel.”

Since 1990, the staff at Bayley have been dedicated to the wellbeing of community members experiencing various stages of the aging process. Located on rolling hills across from the Sisters of Charity Motherhouse campus in Delhi Township, Bayley’s retirement community is home to more than three hundred residents with needs ranging from independent or assisted living, to skilled nursing or memory support care. In addition, hundreds of local senior adults participate in Bayley’s adult day program and fitness club. As a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, Bayley is committed to providing compassion and quality of life to all those they serve.

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Sister Patricia Malarkey, SC (left) serves as a pastoral minister for Bayley residents including G. Ron Hall (right). Staff member Vicki Moore (center) is one of many dedicated personnel who carry on the spirit of the Sisters of Charity in their daily work.

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Thank You for Your Service, Michael McGraw

Thank You for Your Service, Michael McGraw

mike-mcgraw-dec-2013-2_400pSC Ministry Foundation is grateful to Michael McGraw, who has promoted the mission and ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati through his leadership as board chairperson for the past three years during his term of dedicated service with the SC Ministry Foundation Board and committees for the past nine years.

The staff of SC Ministry Foundation would like to thank all members of our board and board committees for their ministry as stewards of our mission.

Recognizing 25 Years of Service

Recognizing 25 Years of Service

marybeth_400pSC Ministry Foundation extends deep appreciation for Marybeth Schroer who dedicated 25 combined years of service with the SC Ministry Foundation and the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati.

Pictured below: In honor of her service, Marybeth received a proclamation from the Ohio House of Representatives from Denise Driehaus (right), Ohio Representative and SC Ministry Foundation board committee member.

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