Haiti is a place where poverty abounds and where the Sisters receive the eternal gratitude of people who love them.
Articles in Daughters of Charity
On February 3, 1892, four Daughters of Charity stepped off the train in El Paso, Texas, USA. Within a day the Sisters...
Daughters of Charity coordinate the Committee for the Support of Dignity of Women, which fights human trafficking through advocacy and projects/programs. From an article on globalsistersreport.org.
Who says you can't have fun when you're a Sister? Sister Patty Huffman, D.C., shares what she learned in her discernment process to become a Daughter of Charity. Catch more 60 Seconds with Sister videos from Daughters of Charity throughout the Year of Consecrated...
Called to be “living documents” of “the boldness of Charity for a new missionary momentum”
There's a new member of the Vincentian Family! When the Company of the Daughters of Charity decided, in 2013, to reconfigure as one Province what were originally four provinces in five countries of South America -- Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay --...
Looking to leverage social media for your part of the Vincentian Family? Storify may be the place to go!
Daughters of Charity approach close of General Assembly
New leadership team for Daughters of Charity
Collaboration and dreaming of Saint Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac. “The charity of Christ urges us on, urges us to collaborate”.
Sister Teresa Daly, D.C., talks about the importance of dignity when serving those in need.
Daughters of Charity leave their mark on Buffalo