This person will lead Ladies of Charity Caregiving, Inc., a mission-focused home health care agency, which provides quality care for persons requiring assistance in the home and quality jobs for care workers in accord with the values and resources of the Ladies of Charity USA.
From December 4-6, 2018, a newly formed Vincentian Family Task Force on the “Transmission of the Charism” met in the Vincentian Family Office in Philadelphia. Lady of Charity Mary Nell Williams, Vice President North Central Region, serves on this Task Force.
After the Saturday evening vigil Mass the hall filled with happy customers looking for bargain priced treasures.
We are excited to announce that LCUSA Mission Market is launching its e-commerce website today!
One of the ministries that the Ladies of Charity Indianapolis support is the St. Vincent House of St. Vincent’s Hospital, a house of hospitality for families to stay near a loved one who is hospitalized.
Sr. Carol Schumer, D.C. sends the following prayer service for December. The theme is “Hope”.
All eyes remain on the status of the “migrant caravan” near the U.S. border. Catholic Charities USA, Migration and Refugee Services, and Catholic Legal Immigration Network have assembled a backgrounder to help the public learn more and take action.
To continue the theme of Human Trafficking and Migration, the AIC created this reflection entitled “Inability to satisfy basic needs as a risk factor in human trafficking”.
A short slide presentation and a YouTube video for the feast days celebrated this week in the Vincentian Family.