In her role at Fathers & Families Support Center of St. Louis, Sister Carol Schumer has assisted more than 20,000 parents. Mike Bush, KSDK, recently visited with Sister Carol at the center. Watch her interview here.
On March 2, Sister Mary Francis Bassick, D.C., was honored as the recipient of the Heartbeat of Hardeeville Award presented at the Hardeeville City Hall. She is pictured here with her Sister Consuelo Tovar, D.C., and Sister Mary Beth Kubera, D.C.
The February/March issue of Macon Magazine includes an article on Sister Theresa Sullivan, D.C., as one of the “Heroes Among Us” for her work addressing the needs of Macon’s homeless population. You can read the article here. The article published just[continue reading]
February 6, 2023, Herbert A. (Herb) Dyer assumed the position of President, Daughters of Charity, Ministries (DCM), Inc., the operations area of the Daughters of Charity, Province of St. Louise. In his role as president, Dyer will oversee the day-to-day[continue reading]
As part of their work on the Interprovincial Advocacy and Social Justice Committee, Sister Patty Huffman, D.C., and Sister Meggie Flores, D.C., traveled to Washington, D.C., to participate in the annual Catholic Social Ministry Gathering. The Sisters joined more than[continue reading]
We, the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul in the United States affirm the statement from the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) about the November 19 shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We join our[continue reading]
Sirens wailed and helicopters circled overhead as Sr. Dolores Aviles played outside with her grandnieces. At first, the native of Uvalde, Texas, didn’t think anything of it. Residents of her town, about 60 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border, were used[continue reading]
Although she died 201 years ago, devotees of America’s first native-born saint believe she can be a great role model for these troubled times. That’s one of the main reasons behind the $4 million investment to renovate the museum and[continue reading]
The hardwood floors shine and are glass smooth. That’s intentional. “There’s healing that takes place here,” said Sister Mary Bader, as our rubber-soled shoes squeak along a pristine corridor of the home tucked off a main road in Hyattsville, right[continue reading]