Support for internal refugees, displaced by terrorism.
Daughters of Charity
On June 22, Daughter of Charity Sister Anna Cantalupo was declared as Venerable by Pope Francis.
Enjoy the latest quarterly newsletter from the Daughters of Charity in the Province of Rosalie Rendu. April 2023
See a video called “Given to God,” about Sister Marta Wiecka who was born on 12 January 1874 in Nowy Wiec, Poland.
The aim of the “My Mother’s Castle” project was to set up a hostel in the desert region of “Château d’eau” (in Atar, Mauritania) where the Daughters of Charity have been living for 25 years.
Sister Rita El Khoury explains, “Education is under attack in this country. Learning gaps are increasing, which is why we wanted to support children in these difficult times by giving them tutoring.”
Father Tomaž Mavrič, Superior General, has named Father José Antonio GONZÁLEZ PRIETO, Director General of the Company of the Daughters of Charity
In Pacoti, in the north-east of Brazil (the state of Ceará), the Daughters of Charity run the Maria Imaculada Institute where 380 children from very low-income families are taken in.
Thanks to a beautiful entrepreneurial project run by the Daughters of Charity in Rwanda, 10 women have regained their financial autonomy and pride in working to support their families. This project started in January 2022 by making the women aware of their training...
Basic necessities such as access to a shower, hygiene products, clean clothes and health care were a luxury out of reach for the street population, before this project.
The Superior General of the Daughters of Charity, Sister Françoise Petit agreed to an interview by the Italian Media Center Donne Chiesa Mondo.
Enjoy the latest quarterly newsletter from the Daughters of Charity in the Province of Rosalie Rendu. November 2022