Tag: daughters of charity

To Know God

Around five years ago, I led a group of students on a pilgrimage to Paris and Rome. While in Rome, we had lunch with the Daughters of Charity, a religious community of women who, as one of their website writes, “devote their lives to… Continue Reading “To Know God”

LESSONS FROM THE PAST: ST. VINCENT DE PAUL

Lessons can be learned from the past.¬†Occasionally, ¬†I will post reflections under the title “Lessons from the Past” on those men and women who followed their inner compass, those who brought dignity to their brothers and sisters on the margins, and those who can… Continue Reading “LESSONS FROM THE PAST: ST. VINCENT DE PAUL”

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