Daughters of Charity

The Rosalie Projects: It’ll be better than before

The aim of the “I’ll be Better Than Before” project is to continue rehabilitating a family’s home.

The Rosalie Projects: When all you have are chickens

In 2019, in Benin City, Nigeria, the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul created the "Lindalva Inclusive School" to offer children with and without disabilities a good education. With the help of the Rosalie Project, pupils are provided with a meal twice a...

Food and Education for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS

The Daughters of Charity have been serving the people in the Masanga area of Tanzania since 2007, providing food and schooling to poor children whose parents are living with HIV/AIDs and to orphans who lost their parents due to HIV/AIDs.

The Rosalie Projects: Heal the Living

In Nigeria, people with disabilities are frequently victims of prejudice and exclusion. At Saint Louise’s House, the Daughters of Charity make every effort to provide them with agricultural training with a view to their inclusion. They took advantage of the...
Search and Serve, Come and See…

Search and Serve, Come and See…

"Search and Serve", "Come and See",  "Nun Run, "Sunday with Sisters", and even an "Online Lenten Retreat" - Take your pick of these events being held around the country. each of them offers an opportunity to explore the possibilities of religious life with the...

Fr. Pat Griffin, CM steps down

Fr. Pat Griffin, CM steps down

Fr. Patrick Griffin to step down as Director-General of the Daughters of Charity             Fr. G. Gregory Gay, C.M. Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity, announced that, due to health concerns, Fr. Patrick J. Griffin, C.M....

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