In 1863 St. Francis Xavier was the first to throw open it’s doors to welcome wounded men from both armies. Who answered the call from both armies? Sisters.
Articles for Daughters of Charity
Haiti is a place where poverty abounds and where the Sisters receive the eternal gratitude of people who love them.
On February 3, 1892, four Daughters of Charity stepped off the train in El Paso, Texas, USA. Within a day the Sisters...
Daughters of Charity coordinate the Committee for the Support of Dignity of Women, which fights human trafficking through advocacy and projects/programs. From an article on globalsistersreport.org.
May 30 is the feast day of Blessed Marta Wiecka, D.C., a Polish Daughter of Charity who lived at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
St. Louise de Marillac was a pioneer social worker, educator, and advocate. Her projects were implemented according to surprisingly modern standards of care and were the basis for other developments in their respective fields.
Blessed Marguerite Rutan was a Daughter of Charity who was martyred during the French Revolution.
My day to day life doesn’t seem too different than my sisters who have made vows. Yet every March 25 there is something that distinctly separates us.
Today is the 377th anniversary of the day St. Louise de Marillac and four Daughters of Charity pronounced vows for the first time.
Here is the answer to this question, in 6 slides.
Sister Medhin Tesfay (44) has belonged to the Daughters of Charity for 26 years and works in the diocese of Adigrat in the northern part of Ethiopia.
This video from the Daughters of Charity International helps us reflect on the influence that St. Vincent and St. Louise exercised jointly in founding the Daughters of Charity.