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Bl. Marguerite Rutan, D.C.

Blessed Marguerite Rutan was a French Daughter of Charity who served as the mother superior of a hospital until the time of the French Revolution, when she was executed based on allegations of fanaticism and anti-Revolution sentiment. Guillotined on 9 April 1794 at...

100th Anniversary of the Beatification of the Daughters of Charity of Arras

The martyrdom suffered by the Daughters of Charity from Arras… suggests that the very existence of private charitable organizations could be profoundly threatening in the brave new world of the French Revolution.

What Must We As Vincentian Family Do?

With the disciples on the road to Emmaus, we are all struggling to make sense of the past few weeks since the murder of George Floyd.

Sisters’ Work During 1918 Spanish Flu Seen As Model For Crisis Today

Catholic nuns emerged as the unexpected heroes in the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic that killed hundreds of thousands in the United States and millions worldwide.

St. Louise and Vincentian Care of the Sick

St. Louise and Vincentian Care of the Sick

This month, on May 9, we celebrate the Feast Day of St. Louise de Marillac. A presentation takes a look at her experiences of caring for the sick and dying in France. In her letters we can see many parallels with our situation today.

February 3: Blessed Giuseppina Nicoli, D.C.

February 3: Blessed Giuseppina Nicoli, D.C.

Blessed Giuseppina Nicoli, an Italian Daughter of Charity, is known for her work with poor children; through her trust and friendship, “she guided them to find the Lord … with the gentleness of a loving mother”.

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