Well as you all know the pandemic has giving us what I call a “migrating experience.” Some of us have had to move from our workspaces to home spaces and create a job atmosphere.
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Sister Migdalia, a Daughter of Charity who has been working in El Paso, is a member of the “confraternity of Vincentians on the Border.” Here she shares with us the first of two reflections.
The French Revolution challenged each religious person's fidelity to Jesus Christ and to the Church. ...
The Marillac Neurological Care Centre is the newest charity to join the Daughters of Charity Province of Rosalie Rendu.
For the next few moments, reflect on this video from the Daughters of Charity International.
Join us for our first Vincentian Voices event with Sister Meggie Flores, a Daughter of Charity, who is a caseworker for unaccompanied minors at the Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services of El Paso (DMRS).
“… create a Family that looks to the past for inspiration, but is also eager to create a vibrant innovative collaborative future in the service of the most abandoned.” Fr. Robert Maloney
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.