“We seek God…rooted and grounded in charity, we work together for one thing:
that God may be glorified in our life and in all our actions, and that we constantly be builders in the community to make
it a stronger, holier body of souls united to God.”
Sister Frederica Horvath, Foundress, SSS of Los Angeles
As we celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ, we are reminded of the “rebirth” of our Sisters who have gone before us during 2020 into the welcoming arms of our Lord in heaven.Read More
Did you know that in the mid 1920s, Sr. Margaret Slachta spent time away from Hungary, traveling in the US and Canada? She was struck by the many public displays of Christmas trees and gatheringsRead More
Tonight marks an important next chapter in our story of who we will become...Read More
We, Sisters of Social Service are women of many cultures who come together to fulfill the Gospel...Read More
A reflection by Sr. Anne Arabome SSS, the associate director of the Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality at Marquette University.Read More
The end of the year is a time of reflection and anticipation for the new year ahead, and 2020 is no exception. It’s also a time of deadlines. Here are some important charitable considerations ahead of the last day of December. Thank you sincerely for your thoughtful consideration of the Sisters and our ministries during this holiday season.Read More
Elizabeth Lopez’s cancer diagnosis was her wake-up call to do something more to help detained victims...
On June 3, 2020 Villa Sisters joined with Angelinos in flashlight vigil remembering George Floyd a few days after his brutal killing by police.
We are happy to update you on the installation of solar panels at our Encino headquarters. After many months of delay, the system was finally activated December 3rd, 2019.Read More
The past two months have brought tragic reminders to all of us of just how far people of color stand outside the American ideal of equal rights, justice, and liberty for all. The televised police killings of so many African Americans shocked us out of our complacency and our deep denial about the state of civil and human rights among us. The humanity that was denied to each person during their violent deaths vividly showed us the truth of who really has power and privilege in this country.Read More