In this video, Tom Judge of DePaul University reflects on his visit to Châtillon, the birthplace of the Ladies of Charity (AIC). He asks us to think about the link between what St. Vincent started in the 17th century and what we do today.

Ladies of Charity of today celebrate morning liturgy at the house of St. Vincent in Châtillon, March 2017. Photo courtesy of Mary Ann Dantuono.

The 401st anniversary of the founding of the International Association of Charities (AIC) (Ladies of Charity) is coming up next week.

For other first-hand experiences of Châtillon see this article by Dee Mansi of the AIC United Kingdom and this reflection by Fr. Aidan Rooney, C.M..


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