St. Louise de Marillac died in 1660, yet she wasn’t canonized until 1934. Here is a very brief presentation about her canonization.
Articles for Louise de Marillac
On that day in May of 1629, neither Vincent nor Louise was aware of just how far that journey of service leadership would take her nor of its ramifications for the Church and for the service of generations of persons in need.
What lessons can be learned by observing key points in the life of St. Louise de Marillac? SlideShare presentation with Bible references.
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.
The greatness of Louise de Marillac can never be understood until this false image of a timid, dour, drab and cheerless woman has been put aside…
New presentation traces the journey of St. Louise from a world of suffering to a new life of creative boldness and leadership.
This presentation gives some examples of the centrality of Jesus crucified in St. Louise’s spiritual evolution.
Today is the 377th anniversary of the day St. Louise de Marillac and four Daughters of Charity pronounced vows for the first time.
There is a fascinating article, The Core Values of Vincentian Education by Louise Sullivan D.C., whose premise is that education was central to the Vincentian mission of evangelization of and service to the poor and as such had values unique to it. Sr. Louise's...
If you have doubts, or friends who are in some “darkness,” act as if you have faith, ask St. Louise, and light will be given.
May we be united in prayer with the International Association of Charities (AIC) as they celebrate the Feast of St. Louise de Marillac with an International Day of Prayer on May 9.
An interesting reflection on St. Louise and Friendship, told by Sr. Louise Sullivan, D.C.