6 Comments on “Origins of the Daughters of Charity: November 29, 1633”

  1. What joy fills my heart when I think of St. Vincent, St. Louise, and all the Vincentian family past, present … and future. Thank you for sharing this with all of us … as we continue to love and serve the Lord in the person of the Poor.

  2. I get such a loving spiritual feeling as I read the story of the formation and activities of the Daughters of Charity, see the pictures, and hear the heartfelt music. I am blessed in many ways and most grateful.

  3. I left the Community 47 years ago in 1974 and have never stopped loving my community life, experiences and being touched by the spirit of St Vincent and St. Louise. I am who I am because of these 15 years, and continue to live a life of service to others in the spirit of service to the ‘poor’.
    Thank you for this opportunity to relive my Daughter of Charity life.
    Mary White Gulrich

  4. I am so very grateful that our daughters were educated at Marillac high school by the daughters, They not only had a great influence on them, but us (her parents) as well. Going to the mother house in Paris was on our bucket list. We were blest to do that a few years ago. You, Daughters, are always in our prayers!!

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