06.12.2017
Statement on Paris Agreement
Sr. Margaret O’Dwyer, D.C., representative of the Company of the Daughters of Charity at the U.N., told Global Sisters Report, “It is profoundly sad that there is a loss of …
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06.05.2017
Seton Center Receives Grant to Help with Dental Program
Good dental hygiene is important not only for appearance but as well as health. However, it can be a bit hard on the pockets too. The Seton Center in Emmitsburg …
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05.22.2017
Sister Natalie Marengo Leaves Mark on Reicher
Short in stature but never short of what her co-workers call “sports chutzpah,” Sister Natalie Marengo is Reicher Catholic High School’s biggest fan, they said. An Italian nun from Chicago, …
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05.17.2017
Pensacola Healthcare A Century in the Making
Despite its strong economy of the early 20th century, Pensacola fell well behind similar communities in facilities for delivering health care. A series of small, proprietary institutions had come and …
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05.12.2017
Honoring Daughters’ 95-Year Ministry in Perryville
The Association of the Miraculous Medal (AMM) in Perryville, Missouri is launching a much needed, major restoration campaign which will also include some beautiful new features. Time has taken its …
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05.08.2017
Daughters at Lourdes Say Goodbye in Binghamton
A special mass held at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Binghamton on Friday gave thanks to the Daughters of Charity, who have given so much to Lourdes Hospital and the local …
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04.28.2017
Seton Harvest Welcomes Growing Season with Mass, Blessing
Those attending the April 24 Mass and blessing that formally opened the eleventh season of the Daughters of Charity Seton Harvest community-sponsored agricultural initiative had a chance to sample strawberries …
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04.03.2017
Daughters Recognized by UMSL College of Nursing
On March 30, the University of Missouri–St. Louis invited the Daughters to help celebrate UMSL’s College of Nursing’s 35th anniversary. The UMSL College of Nursing and the UMSL Honor College …
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03.28.2017
Sister Carol Reflects on Potential Health Care Changes
We are strongly opposed to the House Republicans’ efforts to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act with legislation that requires the most vulnerable in our country, including those with low …
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03.07.2017
DePaul Dax Host Home Program Helps Students
After he had to leave an uncle’s home to make room for other relatives, Tony, an accounting major at DePaul University, found himself living on the streets of Chicago. On …
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02.20.2017
How Sister Mary Rose Saved Covenant House
In September of 1990, Fordham graduate and Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, Sister Mary Rose McGeady, D.C., was made captain of a swiftly sinking ship. Sister McGeady was …
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02.10.2017
Convent Crawl Gives An Experience of Diversity in Religious Life
The former chapel in the convent building at Our Lady of the Presentation Church years ago was subdivided into two small rooms, an informal entry/waiting area and an office. Nothing …
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11.22.2016
Sisters Take Action to Increase Access to Nutrition
At about 7:30 in the morning, Daughter of Charity Sr. Maureen Houlihan drives over to Seton Harvest farm, pulls on a pair thick, rubber boots and carries feed over to her chickens. …
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08.22.2016
Daughters of Charity Play a Role in 30 Years of Success
When Sister Julia Huiskamp, D.C. arrived from Chicago 30 years ago in June, she wanted to work with children and families in East St. Louis, and the best way to …
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08.16.2016
Summer Play and Healthy Habits at Daughters of Charity Day Camp
For two weeks in late June, in an area of south Bexar County, Texas, about 40 children gather at the sports field and playground areas at El Carmen Catholic Church …
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07.29.2016
Urging UN to Remember Grassroots Works
Leaders of the United Nations say the global body’s ambitious agenda to eliminate global poverty and other ills is off to a good start but are reiterating the need for …
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07.22.2016
Deciding on Consecrated Life Through Speed Dating
As the seconds ticked away, the timekeeper cast her eyes across a student lounge on the Notre Dame campus and announced it was time for the speed daters to change …
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07.08.2016
The Seton Dubois Initiative
Mount St. Mary’s University and the Daughters of Charity have launched a new joint endeavor in Emmitsburg, Maryland–the Seton Dubois Initiative. Named for their Emmitsburg founders (Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton …
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06.06.2016
Seven Graduate from Proyecto Juan Diego Child Development Program
The following article was originally published in the Brownsville Herald. Seven students graduated from the Proyecto Juan Diego Child Development program on May 26. Proyecto Juan Diego, a sponsored work …
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06.01.2016
Vincentian Mission Corps Volunteer Program Seeks Young Adult Volunteers
Following many years of service to the needy in St. Louis, Mo., the volunteers of the Daughters of Charity’s Vincentian Mission Corps Program will begin to serve in Philadelphia, Penn., this …
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05.16.2016
Sister Carol Helps To Transform Fathers At Fathers’ Support Center
The following article was originally published in the Missouri Catholic Conference Messenger Online. View entire story here. Sometimes the most extraordinary stories are the most ordinary moments. A father spends …
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04.25.2016
Affiliate Pat Hogrebe Helps Many at East St. Louis St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Shop
The following article was originally published in the Belleville News Democrat. View entire story here. Lenorris Delaney volunteers just about every day at St. Vincent de Paul’s thrift store in …
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03.07.2016
Sister Liz Sjoberg: What Brought Her to Be a Daughter of Charity
The following article was originally posted on the Global Sisters Report website by Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans. View the story here. Sr. Elizabeth Sjoberg: Joy and purpose lead to the Daughters of Charity …
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02.12.2016
Macon Ministry Client Gifted with Use of Car
Sister Roberta Treppa, D.C. ministers as Director at Family Advancement Ministries in Macon, Ga., where a client was recently gifted with the use of a vehicle to aid in transportation for …
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02.02.2016
Vincentian Mission Corps Alumni Continue Service of the Poor
The following article was originally posted on the Riverfront Times website by Doyle Murphy. View the story here. Vincentian Mission Corps alumni Nathan Dell and Nelson Perez are featured for their work …
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01.29.2016
Daughters of Charity Respond to Supreme Court Decision to Hear United States v. Texas
Following the Jan. 19 announcement by the Supreme Court of the United States that it will consider the Obama administration’s appeal of United States v. Texas, Sister Louise Gallahue, D.C., provincial …
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01.06.2016
EWTN Features National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton for Feast Day
The National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton was featured on EWTN’s nightly newscast to commemorate St. Elizabeth Ann’s feast day Jan. 4, 2016. The segment highlighting the Shrine is …
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11.02.2015
Six Months to 63 Years: Sister Caroline Clark Tells Her Vocation Story
The following article was originally posted on The Message Online website by Sister Caroline Clark. View the story here. Daughter of Charity turns brief visit into lifetime of service I am Sister Caroline …
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10.28.2015
Sister Carol Keehan Shares at Catholic Women Leaders Forum
The following article was originally posted on The Pilot website by Mark Zimmermann. View the story here. Women CEOs say faith guides their work in bringing Gospel to the needy Together, the …
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09.23.2015
President Obama Presents Pope Francis with Key to Home of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
Upon Pope Francis’ arrival at the White House Sept. 23, President Barack Obama presented him with the original key to the home of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. The key once …
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09.22.2015
‘40 Years a Saint’ Celebration Marks Seton’s Canonization Anniversary
The following article was originally posted on The Frederick News-Post website by Rebecca Savransky. View the story here. National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton celebrates 40th anniversary of canonization Elizabeth Ann …
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08.31.2015
‘Balm of Hope’ Tells Daughters of Charity Civil War Nurses’ Stories
Stories from Daughters of Charity who served in the Civil War as nurses are compiled and shared in Balm of Hope: Charity Afire Impels Daughters of Charity Civil War Nurses, a …
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08.17.2015
Sister JT Dwyer Shares About Issues at the Border
The following article was originally posted on the Global Sisters Report website by Dawn Cherie Araujo. View the story here. In latest justice resolution, U.S. sisters recommit to ending family detention The …
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08.13.2015
Answering ‘Yes’: Sister Sharon Richardt’s Vocation Story
The following article was originally posted on The Message website. View the story here. Sister Sharon Answers As I approach the 56th anniversary of my entrance into the Daughters of Charity, I …
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07.06.2015
Daughters of Charity Archives Exhibits Sisters’ World War I Service
The following article was originally posted on The Frederick News-Post website. View the story here. Over There: New exhibit shows Sisters’ service as nurses in World War I To say Sister Josephine …
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06.09.2015
Heritage Corridor Opens at Buffalo’s Sisters of Charity Hospital
The following article was originally posted on The Buffalo News website by Mark Mulville. View more photos and the story here. People read the permanent historical display chronicling the founding of Sisters Hospital …
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05.28.2015
American Sister Kathleen Appler Elected Daughters of Charity Superioress General
May 25 at the General Assembly of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul in Paris, France, Sister Kathleen Appler, D.C., was elected Superioress General of the worldwide …
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05.20.2015
‘Over There’ Exhibit Showcases Daughters’ Work in World War I
The following article was originally posted on The Baltimore Sun website. View the story here. Over There: Daughters of Charity Service in WWI The exhibit contains photographs, manuscripts, memorabilia and written diary …
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05.12.2015
Sister Bernice Coreil Tosses First Pitch for St. Louis Cardinals
The following article was originally posted on the Catholic Health Association website. View the story here. Play ball! Sister Bernice Coreil, D.C., launches the ceremonial first pitch before an April 27 …
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04.28.2015
Depaul USA Takes Helm of Homeless Center in Little Rock
The following article was originally posted in Arkansas Catholic by Aprille Hanson. View the story here. Depaul USA re-opens Little Rock homeless center It’s been a hard road for William “Bud” …
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04.21.2015
Story of Service Shared at Seton Center
The following article was originally posted in the Catholic Review by Erik Zygmont. View the story here. Emmitsburg man recounts experience with local ‘angels’ “Kelly’s my guardian angel,” Frank Harris said. The formerly …
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04.14.2015
Depaul USA Daybreak Project Will Launch in Little Rock
The following article was originally posted in The Telegraph by Liz Fabian. View the story here. Daybreak concept moves west, taking away Sister Elizabeth The success of Macon’s Daybreak center for the …
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04.06.2015
Translation Project of St. Vincent de Paul Writings Complete
After some 40 years, the task of the Vincentian Translation Project is complete. The final volume of the English Edition of Pierre Coste’s 14-volume series of the work of Saint …
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03.27.2015
Daughters of Charity Influence Continues in Western New York
The following article was originally posted in Buffalo Business First by Annemarie Franczyk. View the story here. Once upon a time, the Daughters of Charity Sisters who worked in Western New York …
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03.10.2015
Depaul USA Helping Homeless Rebuild in New Orleans
The following article was originally posted on Clarion Herald by Christine Bordelon. View the story here. The sign outside the office door of Daughter of Charity Sister Kathleen Driscoll reads, “Thank You …
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02.06.2015
Sister Carol Keehan Talks Re-Opening of Haiti Hospital
The following article was originally posted on Global Sisters Report by Tom Gallagher. View the story here. It has been just more than five years since the devastating 7.0 earthquake in Haiti destroyed …
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02.02.2015
Sister Maureen McGuire Shares About Consecrated Life
The following article was originally posted in Our Sunday Visitor by Michelle Martin. View the story here. Consecrated life Consecrated men and women from across the country have dedicated their lives to …
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01.15.2015
Daughters of Charity Featured in CHA Centennial Timeline
As the Catholic Health Association celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2015, an interactive webpage filled with photos and historic events mark highlights throughout the years since the CHA was first …
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01.08.2015
Proyecto Juan Diego Offers Care for Cameron Park Families
The following article was originally posted in The Valley Catholic. View the story here. BROWNSVILLE–Minerva Zamorano, 33, who relocated to this country from Matamoros, Mexico, a year ago, is taking GED …
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12.30.2014
Daughters of Charity Honored in Cook Islands
The following article was originally posted in Cook Islands News by Aleyna Taripo. View the story here. Nukutere College honors Sisters Nukutere College staff, students and parents of students put on a …
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