Daughters of Charity Services has announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, Mark Choonara.
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The Daughters, together with other individuals and institutions, have spared no effort to continue to respond to the current calls of our suffering brothers and sisters.
The annual and renewable vows of the Daughters of Charity are a progressive confirmation of their particular charism–
each year a new YES is pronounced in freedom to the vocation to which God calls them.
Vincent would remind us today that we walk in that tradition today as ordinary people bringing Good News in the midst of our daily lives.
“In all of her teaching and with every fiber of her being, Louise de Marillac transmitted the flame that was alive in her, a love for humanity drawn from a love for Christ Incarnate.” – Sr. Élisabeth Charpy, D.C.
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.
Father Virgil Cordano Center (FVCC), is a day center that serves people who are homeless seeking a place of respite and belonging while determining their next steps in life.
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.
A presentation showing some examples of the fortitude and bravery of Blessed Rosalie Rendu.
The Daughters of Charity Program for Street Children in Kumasi, Ghana advocates on behalf of children who are victims of human trafficking.
A homily by Fr. Richard McCullen, C.M. takes us on a journey through time. (Video)
Nine years after the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Catherine Labouré, she appeared to Sister Justine Bisqueyburu, D.C., in the same convent chapel at Rue du Bac, holding the Immaculate Heart in her hands, and gave her the Green Scapular.