Thursday, September 14, 2000

Nuns offer tours of Motherhouse in Delhi Twp. on Sunday




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The Sisters of Charity will hold an open house Sunday at their Delhi Township Motherhouse to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the canonization of patron saint Elizabeth Seton.

        They also are celebrating the renovation of Immaculate Concep tion Chapel at the Motherhouse.

        During the free tours, visitors can learn about Elizabeth Seton, founder of the Sisters of Charity, see the chapel and meet the sisters, many of whom are retired schoolteachers.

        The open house is scheduled for 1-4 p.m. Sunday . The Motherhouse is at 5900 Delhi Pike.

        Parking is available in the west lot of the College of Mount St. Joseph, at Delhi Pike and Bender Road. Shuttle buses will run to the front entrance of the Motherhouse. Handicapped parking is available along the Motherhouse's front drive.

        For information, call 347-5300.

       



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