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.
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Thanks to a beautiful entrepreneurial project run by the Daughters of Charity in Rwanda, 10 women have regained their...
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.
“Legami” [Italian for “Ties”] is a group on the move in the city of Como (Italy) which was organized to create opportunities for encounter and dialogue between people living on the peripheries and young men and women.
The celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Province of Slovakia was held from May 12 to 15, 2022
On February 6th 2020 the Daughters of Charity celebrated twenty years of service in Kenya.
Daughters of Charity Services has launched a brand new podcast, taking you to the front line of Vincentian charities to explore how our 400+ year charism is still lived out today.
Enjoy the latest quarterly newsletter from the Daughters of Charity in the Province of Rosalie Rendu. April 2022
The beneficiaries say that the Learn-Work has helped their families in many ways for they have learned more about the Catholic faith and the meaning of what they believe in and so are encouraged to witness to this faith.
On Thursday, May 12, 2022 Sister Françoise Petit, Superioress General of the Company of the Daughters of Charity came to Slovakia to start her visit to the Province of the Daughters of Charity there. Sr. Hanna Cybula, D.C., General Councillor responsible for Slavic provinces accompanies her.
At times we find curious and journalistically attractive news. Here is such an item: a Daughter of Charity is right now the longest-living person in the world.
by Cleonice Regina Claudino and Sr. Vanilza Maria Bueno | Apr 4, 2022 | Daughters of Charity, News
Under the subsidy of our Mother House, and aid from the Province of Curitiba and the active participation of the Sisters from five local communities, we saw an opportunity to go beyond the emergency care of the people we accompany, and invest in new training programs for them.