St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M. (feast day: July 30) faced and overcame many challenges and hardships. His humility, goodness, and charity inspired vocations to the priesthood and converted many others in 19th century Abyssinia.
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Is it possible that the world of poverty can be overcome through music? Is it possible to create a world in which all the members of the Vincentian Family sing praise to God?
“My brothers and sisters, the saints make holiness real for us.” – Fr. Robert Maloney, C.M.
St. Francis Regis Clet, C.M., missionary to Wuhan, China, was canonized for his heroic witness of charity and faith.
Pier Giorgio Frassati was not one to do the minimum when it came to works of charity, and he didn’t want a life of spiritual mediocrity.
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...
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.
Download a printable Blessed Marta Wiecka Holy Card, and see a presentation on her life.
Blessed Marta Anna Wiecka bravely served the sick.
The beautiful story of St. Joan Antida Thouret and her Sisters still working today in 26 countries.
Watch as Father Bertrand Collignon of Paroisse Sainte-Louise-de-Marillac in Drancy, France, explains why according to him, St. Louise de Marillac is the first feminist of France! Also, watch a LIVE PRAYER VIGIL for the Feast of St. Louise tomorrow at 2:15PM Eastern.
“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.