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The Founder Father Servant of God Very Rev. Fr. Augustine John Ukken exhorts that the sisters should bear witness to Christ even where there is “biting cold and burning hot.” In response to this call the Charity Sisters extended their mission, in different parts of India. Establishing the first house at Chanda Diocese in 1970. The provincial house is situated in Ghaziabad, 1984. UP state. Now the province has 167 members working in 10 states of India and abroad.

The Congregation aimed at the integral development of the people specially the poor and downtrodden. We try to attain this goal by experiencing God’s love and expressing it with compassion through education, healing ministry, care for mentally challenged informal education, village works and social works Aids centers woman empowerment programme, family apostolate and boarding for the poor girls. Our motto is “Love, Service and Sacrifice.”

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  • Our Motto

    Our motto is: Love, Service, and Sacrifice.

    Our Patron

    Therese Martin was the last of nine children born to Louis and Zelie Martin on January 2, 1873, in Alencon, France. However, only five of these children lived to reach adulthood.…

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    Our Founder

    The Servant of God Augustine John Ukken (1880-1956), a pioneer of the apostolate of charity in Central Kerala in the beginning of the 20th century was a diocesan priest…

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    CSC Charism

    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.…

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