Michael Kamau Mathini is convinced that his father lived as long as he did because of the quality of care he received at Our Lady Hospice-Thigio, run by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul.
Gloria Omoresewua was just a teenager in 2003, when a Nigerian woman brought her to Spain and forced her into prostitution.
Sister Helen Edward Dodd, D.C., 94, a Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul for 72 years, died Jan. 8 at St. Louise House, Albany.
As an ongoing response to the Year of Consecrated Life, St. John’s University’s Campus Ministry and the Vincentian Vocation Office commemorated the World Day of Prayer for Vocations by hosting Sisters’ Nite April 17.
The Daughters of Charity have been a staple in Brooklyn for over 40 years, but a call to serve elsewhere has them packing their bags to leave.
Religious Sisters from the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens celebrated their anniversaries of religious life at a Jubilee Mass and dinner with Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio.
When most Americans visit Africa, they go to experience the vast wildlife by enjoying an African safari. But for St. John’s University, Jamaica, soccer alumna Raelynne Lee, it was a safari of service that led her to the vast continent across the Atlantic. As part of the St. John’s campus ministry, the former Red Storm […]
New K. of C. Officers Installed in Douglaston St. Anastasia Knights of Columbus Council No. 5911, Douglaston, held its annual installation of officers Sept. 18. In attendance were, front row, from left, State Deputy Salvatore Restivo, Father Dariusz Strzelecki, Msgr. Anthony Sherman, Father William McLaughlin and Assitant to State Deputy Richard Elias; middle row, […]
by Carol Zimmerman EMMITSBURG, Md. (CNS) – In the final days of June, 1863, the Civil War came perilously close to home for the Daughters of Charity in Emmitsburg. Days before the Battle of Gettysburg, the acres of their farmland property at the foothills of the Catoctin Mountains were used as a camp for tens […]