Being God’s Instruments: A Response to COVID-19

[Province of South India] We, the Sisters of the Provincial House Community, responded to the clarion call of the Covid -19 by distributing the provision kits and hygiene products to 1500 families from the slums as well as to migrant workers and other poor people in the streets. Read More

Time to Remember and Implement Laudato Si’ – on its 5th anniversary

[Province of Ireland] The earth our common home is suffering. Misuse, often through lack of reverence and thought, has impelled us to seek profit rather than to care for God’s earth – our most precious gift.  We have taken our beautiful home for granted which in the words of Pope Francis is ‘looking more and more like an immense pile of filth’ (Paragraph 20). May 24th this year marks the 5th anniversary of the publication of Laudato Si’. Read More

Sparks Of Love

[Province of Saint Louise de Marillac – Asia] The Daughters of Charity of the Philippines – Papua New Guinea Mission, feel privileged even with the “sparks” of opportunities to serve those in need in this time of the pandemic and they share with us this presentation of how they got  involved for the FRONTLINERS who put their lives at risk …

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I was hungry and you gave me food

[Province La Milagrosa – Bogotá] “I was hungry and you gave me food” (Mt 25:35). Under this Biblical passage, I wish to share the mission of the Daughters of Charity of La Milagrosa Province of Bogotá – Venezuela during this time of quarantine and worldwide pandemic. Read More

Missionary Day for Consecrated Women, USMI Diocese of Sassari, Sardinia

[Province of Sardegna] In celebration of the Missionary Day 2019 for Consecrated Women that took place in Sardinia, Sister Anna Anedda, DC, diocesan delegate to the Union of Major Superiors in Italy (USMI), proposed that the venue be at the Chapel of Casa Santa Luisa of the Daughters of Charity. There are many Sisters there who, because of age or illness, no longer carry out any ‘service’ but who still remain in ‘service’, in mission within the heart of the Church through their prayer, the offering of their sufferings and their love for humanity, like St. Therese of Lisieux. Read More

Fifty years of service of the Daughters of Charity in Cameroon

[Province of Cameroon] 
A Glance at History. 
On February 16, 1968, the Provincial Council of the Daughters of Charity in Switzerland responded positively to the request of His Eminence Nkongsamba NDONGMO and decided to open the Catholic Mission in Dchang, Cameroon. The contract was signed by Bishop NDONGMO on July 25, 1969 and by Mother CHIRON on July 28, 1969.


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