We are all back together again after a difficult few years to continue our work to help the poor and marginalized of our communities and nation and to meet with each other to share ideas and resources in that effort.
Ladies of Charity
November 25th of each year is the “International Day for the Elimination of Violence to Women.” This day also marks the beginning of a 16-day journey to promote awareness of violence and ends on December 10th with “International Human Rights Day.”
by Famvin Media Resources | Aug 19, 2022 | Formation, International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity
In the Rule of August 1617 Vincent is very practical and we see that everything is developed from the perspective of Providence.
Recent events have shocked and horrified our nation once again. In Buffalo New York, ten mostly senior African Americans were gunned down while they did their usual Saturday afternoon grocery shopping. Less than two weeks later in Uvalde Texas nineteen mostly Mexican...
The Ladies of Charity USA National Assembly will be held in Knoxville, Tennessee on August 26th & 27th, 2022.
Bread for the World urges us to contact our Representative and our Senators to pass the Global Malnutrition Prevention and Treatment Act of 2021 (HR 4693) (S2956)
On September 29, 2021 Bishop Michael W. Fisher offered a Mass of Thanksgiving for the Association of the Ladies of Charity, Diocese of Buffalo.
by Famvin Media Resources | Aug 20, 2021 | Formation, International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity
A presentation based on some notes written about the early Ladies of Charity by St. Louise de Marillac.
Register now for the Ladies of Charity USA Virtual Assembly (via Zoom).
“… 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
Please urge the President and your Members of Congress to commit the United States to bold, courageous climate action to protect the Earth.
Ladies of Charity in Washington DC served approximately 2,500 dinners to the community.