Blessed Marta Anna Wiecka bravely served the sick.
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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.
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.
This week we celebrate the feast days of three wonderful Saints who were members of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. The Society has been part of the Christian formation of many saints.
Story of the “Song on the Scaffold” of Blessed Pierre René Rogue, C.M., martyr of the French Revolution.
From the age of reason, Jeanne [Sr. Rosalie] had thought of consecrating herself to God.
In addition to caring for the sick poor in their homes, Blessed Rosalie collaborated closely with the civil authorities responsible for the assistance of those who were poor.
Blessed Giuseppina Nicoli, an Italian Daughter of Charity, is known for her work with poor children; through her trust and friendship, “she guided them to find the Lord … with the gentleness of a loving mother”.
Video about the life of Blessed Lindalva Justo de Oliveira, D.C.
St. Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton was born in New York City, a daughter of the American Revolution and a child of her environment. Learn more in this SlideShare presentation.