Saturday, October 05, 2002

Sisters of Charity celebrate 150th

        DELHI TWP. - The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati will hold an open house Sunday to commemorate their 150th anniversary.

        Guests can stroll the grounds, chat with the sisters, and tour any of the Mount St. Joseph facilities, including the Motherhouse, Mother Margaret Hall, Bayley Place, Eldermount and the Village at Bayley Place.

        The Motherhouse chapel was recently renovated. The sisters also have rooms where historical artifacts, art and antiques are on display.

        It will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Sisters of Charity Motherhouse, 5900 Delhi Road.


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