The subject of the training reflections for the months of May and June 2018 will be the AIC’s Priority Lines of Action (previously known as Operational Guidelines).
The Association of the Ladies of Charity, Diocese of Pittsburgh Investiture Mass was presided by Bishop William Winter at St. Paul Cathedral, followed by a Banquet at Rodef Shalom Ballroom on Sunday, April 29, 2018.
Please participate with your local group in the AIC International Day of Prayer which we will celebrate on May 9th, 2018, the Feast day of our dear Saint Louise de Marillac. Available to download as a PDF or PowerPoint.
In an article in the National Catholic Reporter, Sister Mary Louise Stubbs, D.C. describes the Mission Market, a collaborative project in which the Ladies of Charity will purchase in bulk items made by refugees for resale in the United States.
Sr. Carol Schumer, D.C. has prepared this prayer service for the month of May. It focuses on Mary as our Model and Queen and includes a crowning service. Happy Spring!
Registration for this year’s LCUSA National Assembly is now underway.
The Buffalo Ladies of Charity and their own Estelle Anderson, age 96, received a surprise visit from NBC Today Show Host Al Roker!
In this month’s training reflection, AIC presents the next installment in the series “Let us protect our Common Home”.
An article from The Torch, the student newspaper of St. John’s University, explains an important initiative under the leadership of Lady of Charity and faculty member, Linda Sama.