"Charity, Humility and Simplicity"

Seton Center Blessed Day Thrift Store is back open and we need your help!

New Process: We have gone to appointments only and vouchers only to keep both the volunteers and families we serve as safe as possible. Everyone is required to wear a mask and have their temperatures taken upon arrival. All volunteers are required to be fully vaccinated.

The thrift store is open on Tuesday from 9-12 and 1-3. We schedule 2 families every 30 minutes.

How you can help: We need at least 2 volunteers to help staff the thrift store for each shift. CLICK HERE to sign up or email Cynthia. Not able to volunteer, but know someone who might be interested? Please pass along this information.

Sister Mathilde Comstock Award

It is that time of year that we look to identify a special member, from our association, who reflects the mission of our founder Sister Mathilde.

More Information / Submit a Nomination

NEWS

  • President’s Remarks
    One of the accountability requirements in the job description of your president is to deliver an annual accounting of accomplishments to the membership. I was humbled reviewing the accomplishments of this year of the pandemic.
  • Seton Center: Christmas Sharing 2020 Recap & Reflections
    This holiday season was especially important for our Seton Center families to know they are cared for and supported by the members of our KC community.
  • AN UPDATE FROM YOUR PRESIDENT:   
    Work of the business of LOC continues during our shelter in place restrictions with this pandemic.

Our Mission

To provide opportunities for faith-filled women working together to assist people living in poverty and at risk through humility, simplicity and charity.

Our Vision

We strive to use our time, talents and treasure to provide assistance to all people living in poverty and at risk with a long-term goal to break the cycle of generational poverty.

The Ladies of Charity Prayer

(to be said at 9:00 a.m. every Monday):
Charity, Humility and Simplicity
My God, I humbly beg you to make me an instrument of your love; give me the grace of performing all my actions to help my neighbor with charity, humility and simplicity.

It is my hope, Lord, that fidelity in the practice of these virtues may obtain the reward which you have promised to those who serve you in the person of the poor.