Sisters of the Humility of Mary
We are a group of women religious dedicated to works of peacemaking, justice and care for Earth through education, health care, social service and pastoral ministry. We currently serve in Florida, Kentucky, Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia and Haiti.
We share in Jesus’ mission of bringing more abundant life to God’s people, especially to those who are poor, by announcing the liberating message of the gospel and by the witness of our lives.
- HM Constitutions No. 3
Humility of Mary Housing and the leadership of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary are pleased to announce the appointment of Fred Berry as the next president and CEO of Humility of Mary Housing. For complete information, go to the News and Events page
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Congratulations to Sr. Ann McManamon, who was honored at the April 21 ACTION banquet in Youngstown. “We are pleased to honor the ministry and work of Dorothy Day House,” said the Very Rev. Monsignor Robert Siffrin, ACTION president. “Sr. Ann McManamon has been the motivator to foster the spirit of the Catholic Worker movement by founding and operating the Dorothy Day House.” Dorothy Day House of Hospitality provides meals, shower facilities, laundry service and more to anyone in need. ACTION (Alliance for Congregational Transformation Influencing Our Neighbors) is a multi-cultural collaboration, which strives to develop a community of diverse leaders committed to raising awareness and seeking solutions to overcome poverty, racism, & social injustice.
Memories of Magnificat. Thirty-two HM Sisters attended the recent Founders Day at Magnificat High School. The sister group included those who had been Magnificat students, teachers, principals and past presidents. Sr. Claire Young (seated third from left) was honored with a bouquet of flowers for serving as one of the first faculty members and principal.
Magnificat students enjoyed spending time with the sisters during lunch and on tours of the school.