Vincentian Pioneers in America: Part 2

by | Jul 31, 2016 | Formation | 4 comments

July 31 is the anniversary of the founding of the Sisters of Charity of St. Joseph’s by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton at Emmitsburg, Maryland, USA. Read more about the origins of the Vincentian Family in the United States, in the SlideShare below.

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  1. Sr. Marjory Ann Baez, D.C.

    Thank you! This is so interesting!

    • Monica

      Thank you, Sister! Of course this is a brief look at just a few of the works of the early Daughters in the U.S., based on the one Vincentian Heritage Journal article which focused on Chicago and St. Louis. Future presentations could cover what was happening in Emmitsburg, Philadelphia, the Northeast, eventually the Southern and Western states… the Civil War… so much history.

  2. Marguerite Broderick

    This is good. Where is part 1? Is that the story of CMs early days in USA?

    • Monica

      Yes- if you notice there’s a link just below the presentation. I can make it more prominent 🙂

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