The government of Kenya presented an award to Sister Winnie Mutuku, DC for her work that involved providing food to street children during the emergency created by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The UK Vincentian Family is working to eradicate the poverty of homelessness – now and for all time.
As Ladies of Charity, we support justice for all the poor and marginalized of our world… this is only a temporary fix to the issue of immigration, and a real final solution is needed.
When the news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) broke out among the local people in China, all confreres except one were already back home.
Monday, November 25, is International Day for the Eradication of Violence Against Women, an occasion on which advocates worldwide will focus on changing the narrative.
Overview of the Vincentian Family Coordinators, Br. Sylvester and Fr. Flavio, four-day visit to Botswana.
The Daughters of Charity are working in Congo, especially in the area near the equator. In 1991, they opened a house in Kinshasa for the sick sisters and those traveling to their countries. This facilitated observing the birth of a phenomenon: the street children....
On March 12, the inauguration of a new molecular biology laboratory was held, linked to the DREAM center managed by the Daughters of Charity. The Minister of Health was present at the inauguration. The DREAM center of Chokwe has a long history of treating those...
We’ve just begun planning for training in collaboration as part of our National Vincentian Family 2015
The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati offer a video response to the question "What is the Charity Mission?" Reviewing quickly their roots in Vincent, Elizabeth Seton and the early Sisters of Charity they present a quick tour of their heritage and conclude saying...