Archive | Systemic Change

2013 Appeal for Madagascar

The following was included in a letter from the LCUSA/AIC Madagascar Twinning Committee: 10 July 2013 Dear Ladies of Charity, As Ladies of Charity we are dedicated to the Mission of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac. We are called to continue the Mission they began in 1617 continuing the fight against all […]

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LCUSA Responds to Call to Fund Zafen Scholarships

In mid-July of this year, Fr. Bob Maloney reached out to the Vincentian Family to help support the second year of its scholarship program with the Foundation for the Technological and Economic Advancement of Mirebalais (FATEM) to educate economically disadvantaged elementary students in Haiti. With the support of Vincentian Family members, last year FATEM educated […]

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Systemic Changes of Our Past

The following is taken from the Summer 2011 Servicette Mary Domer & Mary Johnson, Co–Presidents, LC Milwaukee Lately, as Ladies of Charity, we have talked about systemic changes in our organizations. Yet, this is not a new idea. The founder of Ladies of Charity, St. Louise deMarillac, and others, were part of systemic changes from 1625–1635. […]

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