Bon Secours Volunteer Ministry


  • Sisters of Bon Secours USA Releases Statement Regarding the Violence in Charlottesville   Sisters of Bon Secours Statement on Racism As Sisters of Bon Secours committed to a more just and peaceful world we denounce the violence of racism in all … Continue reading

  • Footfalls, Brick Falls, Stories Stand By 2013-2014 Volunteers Julie Cozzetto, a graduate of St. Mary’s College of California And Matthew Parra, a graduate of Boston College Back on My Feet is a program “that uses running to help those experiencing … Continue reading

  • About 17 years ago, Marie noticed that her colleague Eileen Keifer needed support. Eileen was directing Volunteer Ministry — at the time this was a brand new ministry of the Sisters. Marie witnessed Eileen’s need and offered her help. Eventually, … Continue reading

  • Our Friendship Grew…
    January 24, 2017

    There was one particular patient who I will never forget, Karen (name is changed). I met Karen during my rounds of St. Martin’s In-Patient Unit. We connected when I gave her a silk bonnet to replace her blue hospital bonnet, … Continue reading

  • Follow Your Passion!
    October 13, 2016

    My year of service had a significant impact on my decision to go into the field of nursing and to complete an accelerated nursing program. I began college knowing that I wanted to go into medicine, because I was really … Continue reading

  • “The Corporal Works of Mercy are found in the teachings of Jesus and give us a model for how we should treat all others, as if they were Christ in disguise.” ~United States Conference of Catholic Bishops      The above description of … Continue reading

  • In Our Own Words
    May 25, 2016

    We are excited to share a recent video of our alum, Patrick O’Neil.  After finishing BSVM in 2014 Patrick continued to work at the Bon Secours Baltimore Hospital as a Neighborhood Health Advocate.

  • In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and vision, our community decided to participate in a documentary and dialogue discussing the impact of systemic inequity in society. The film, “Cracking the Codes”, illuminated many ways that past and present … Continue reading

  •   This year, spending Thanksgiving in Baltimore, there was much to be grateful for. The opportunity to come together as a community and celebrate in a warm, loving, and safe environment is a privilege not extended to all the families … Continue reading

We are called by God and sent by the Church to reproduce in ourselves:
Christ healing... Christ consoling... Christ always aware of the needs of others.