If we see the face of God in the poor charity AND justice are both required and are rooted in an underlying spirituality summed up the message of the speakers at the National Assembly of the Ladies of Charity gathered in San Antonio. Sr. Mary Ann Daly, SC, reminded us that our God is a […]
Fr. Richard Gielow, CM said “It is not enough to think outside the box, not even to live outside the box but to realize that there is no box… a new day is coming when we will know we are all important, not for our status but because we a children of God.” And this […]
Taste and See … The Ladies Look to the Future Lake Travis Ladies are changing their 2006 schedule in an effort to bring in new members. Their board meetings at Emmaus Catholic Parish are welcoming all Ladies. They will be having three “themed” general meetings. February brought our Taste and See meeting with jazz music […]
The Buffalo Ladies of Charity Receive 2006 Community “Unsung Hero” Award. Eileen Nowak, Executive Director, Diocese of Buffalo Ladies of Charity, and Kathleen Sieracki, President are congratulated by Andy Parker, Master of Ceremonies at the Community Hero Awards Ceremony Diocese of Buffalo Ladies of Charity was presented the Unsung Hero Award at a ceremony honoring […]
Join us in San Antonio, Texas at the Holiday Inn-Riverwalk. The National Assembly of the Ladies of Charity of the United States of America will be held in San Antonio, Texas from Sept. 10-14, 2008 THEME: “Women Acting Together Against Poverty” …continue reading to find program details and registration information!
The experience in San Francisco was wonderful! The talks were inspiring and the opportunity to network was amazing. The Vincentian Family Gathering in San Francisco The Vincentian Family Gathering was held at the Sheraton Hotel in San Francisco, Calif., from May 3-6. The gathering consisted of Vincentian priests, Daughters of Charity, Sisters of Charity, Ladies […]
“In this talk, I propose to work through three themes: first, the relevance of the Ladies of Charity as St. Vincent’s first foundation; second, the relevance of the Ladies of Charity as a foundation in the United States and the move toward international status; and third, some suggestions about the relevance of the Ladies of […]
On Tuesday, May 2, 2006 Louise Ewers, Executive Director of LCUSA was pleased to present the Ladies of Charity of Mobile, Alabama their charter for membership in LCUSA. “It will always be a highlight of my first months as Executive Director” said Louise. Archbishop Oscar Lipscomb signed the charter during the luncheon following the mass […]