In this week’s reflection (this Sunday is also the Feast of St. Louise de Marillac), we call to mind that Christ is the One we are serving in those who are poor. Thank you to Sr. Rachela Silvestri, D.C. for providing us with this reflection. Click here to download as a Word doc.
Sr. Margaret John Kelly, DC, Spiritual Moderator of the Ladies of Charity at St. John’s University, offers this week’s reflection. Click to download as a Word doc.
Sr. Claire Debes, D.C., offers this week’s Lenten reflection. Download Word doc
Sr. Fran Ryan, D.C., Spiritual Moderator, offers this reflection to the Lady of Charity preparing for Lent. Download Word doc
Sr. Carol Schumer, D.C. reflects: Will Jesus be born again this Christmas? The answer is “yes” if we follow the path of Mary… then indeed Jesus will be born again! Each of us will give birth to Jesus for our world. Click here to download this document as a PDF.
Sr. Doris Moore, D.C. reflects on this Sunday’s readings and their message to the Ladies of Charity: “When we hear the Good News proclaimed, we will be set on fire to share it with others, especially the poor.” Click here to download this document as a Word Doc.
This week’s Advent reflection invites us to repentance and the peace that comes to those who trust in the Lord. Click here to download this document as a Word Doc.
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Sister Frances Ryan, DC, Ph.D., of the LCUSA Spirituality Committee, shares: Incarnational Spirituality, as viewed in the French School of Spirituality, influenced St. Vincent DePaul and St. Louise de Marillac. It is the basis of Vincentian spirituality.