Congregation of the Sisters of Charity (CSC)
Love, Service, and Sacrifice.
Sisters of Charity (C.S.C) was founded on 21st November 1944 at Chowannur, Thrissur District, Kerala by the Servant of God Fr. Augustine John Ukken (1880-1956)Get in touch
The charism of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity is to identify with the crucified Christ and share his compassionate love with the poor and the needy for their integral liberation.The aim of CSC is to identify with the crucified Christ and to be the witness of His merciful love through humble service.
Congregation of the Sisters of Charity(CSC) is a religious congregation of Pontifical Right for women in the Syro-Malabar Church which received the patrimony of faith from St. Thomas the Apostle. The congregation is governed by the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches(CCEO) as well as the particular law of the Syro- Malabar Church in accordance with which, this congregation, its provinces, and houses legitimately created are by law itself Juridical persons.
Our congregation has embraced an integrated lifestyle of prayer cum action for God and His people by identifying oneself with the crucified Christ, living a life of consecration having its source in the Holy Qurbana, with the spiritual energy flowing from tapas(penance) and meditative reflection, committed in the vows of obedience, chastity, and poverty, serving the poor by radiating the compassionate love of Jesus and ensuring the salvation of souls. CSC is a religious and charitable association of a religious minority group within the purview of the constitution of India.
The aim of this Apostolate is to form faith among the people of God. To enable them to understand the inner meaning of the Divine gift of faith we have received and to worship God, the Father in truth & spirit.
Through the field of Education Sisters of Charity give training for the growth of truth and love in the people, foster moral values with a right conscience.
charity sisters through their service for the destitute make the suffering men experience the healing touch of the Divine hand of the Lord. Along with medical care they experance Christ’s compassion and love.
Compassionate love of Christ is made experience through our social service. Facilities are provided for the poor and destitute and aged people who are weak in health and abandoned by society to lead a hopeful life.
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