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There are innumerable women who shaped our history, those who with their words, their silences, their strength or their sensibilities were showing us the maternal face of God.
Sister Andre Randon, a religious sister in France, will turn 117 years old this week, after surviving COVID-19 last month, her congregation announced Tuesday.
Presentation adapted from an article by Fr. Jean-Pierre Renouard, C.M.
By her life, her works, her spirituality, she embodied the vision of a “martyr of charity” painted by Saint Vincent de Paul.
In this video clip from the Miraculous Medal Shrine in Philadelphia, Sr. Marge Clifford, DC tells us about Blessed Rosalie Rendu, DC whose Feast Day is coming up on February 7.
The story of Bl. Marie-Anne Vaillot and Bl. Odile Baumgarten, Daughters of Charity martyred during the French Revolution on February 1, 1794.
Daughters of Charity in Poland helped nursing home residents who were sick with Covid.
Matthieu Brejon de Lavergnée spoke to Charles Camosy about his new book, The Streets as a Cloister: History of the Daughters of Charity.
Les Miserables strikes a chord in Vincentians when they hear… To love another person is to see the face of God. Victor Hugo admired Vincent de Paul. He based the character of the Bishop on Vincent de Paul.
On September 27, the Vincentian Family NGO representatives at the UN presented a virtual event in celebration of World Cities Day, October 30.
Vincent and Louise de Marillac were deeply committed to the education and moral formation of young people living on the streets or in dire conditions.