Today, January 4th, is the Feast of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. We invite all Ladies of Charity to pray together today and honor this woman of courage, strength and tremendous faith. Click here to download the prayer service that has been provided by the Sisters of Charity Federation. Happy Feast Day!
Tragedy has left the Phillipines in dire need of our help, both spiritually and materially. First they suffered an earthquake and then super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) struck with a devastating force and loss of life. Ladies of Charity has associations in the Phillipines who are struggling to help in the recovery. AIC-Phillipines’ president Imelda Torres has […]
Sister Carol Schumer, DC, has prepared a prayer service for LCUSA members. We invite our members and friends to download this prayer for use in this month of November. Thank you, Sister Carol. Click here to download.
The Vincentian Family Ministry is organizing an Affiliate Vincentian Pilgrimage to Paris April 4-12, 2014 with an optional extension April 12-14. The trip will include visits to the major attractions in Paris including the Cathedral at Notre-Dame, the Eiffel Tower as well as stops at Vincentian Heritage sites. The visit will begin with Mass at […]
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 […]
Founded in 1842, All Hallows College is a Catholic and Vincentian center of learning in Dublin, Ireland. According to the school’s mission statement, “All Hallows educates women and men to be effective leaders engaged in justice and service, championing social and educational participation.” In September 2012, the college held a benefit in Chicago to launch […]
In accordance with the vision of LCUSA-AIC “to provide Vincentian leadership of transformation assisting persons who are vulnerable to move from marginalization and despair to participation and hope” I am providing some links to sites the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have mentioned in their justice documents. If a click on the link does not […]
“You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you”. (St. Augustine of Hippo) To all members of the Vincentian Family Dear Sisters and Brothers, May the grace and peace of Our Lord Jesus Christ fill your hearts now and forever! We live in a world filled […]
by Maureen McMillan, LCUSA Executive Administrator We are all familiar with the term “our Vincentian Family” but it was only two years ago that I came to understand how large and varied the family is, especially here in St. Louis. In 2009, Vincentians the world over began to prepare for the 350th anniversary of the deaths […]