In this episode, Sister Georgina Severin, D.C., talks about what it means to be Vincentian with her coworker, David Romero. They discuss the Vincentian charism and how this is taught to and seen in lay individuals working alongside Daughters of Charity. In the Vincentian Pulse, Sister Denise LaRock, D.C., reflects on the beginning of Advent and how we can relate the history of the season to today's world. To learn more about the Vincentian charism, you can visit these sites: - Daughters of Charity Vocations: www.daughters-of-charity.com - DoC, Province of Los Altos Hills: www.daughtersofcharity.com - DoC, Province of St. Louise: www.daughtersofcharity.org - DoC, International: www.filles-de-la-charite.org - Vincentian Family: www.famvin.org - International Project Services: www.daughtersips.org
Episode 6: The Vincentian Charism
In the Company of David Romero
December 4, 2018
Episode 23: Where Do You See Jesus Daily?
In the Company of Sister Liz & Sister Elizabeth • July 2, 2019
In the final episode of In the Company of Charity season one, Sister Liz and Sister Elizabeth reflect on the season one journey. Together, they chat about how they see Jesus in the persons they encounter on a daily basis. Stay tuned for season two coming this fall!
Episode 22: Pilgrimage in Discernment
In the Company of Sister Kara Davis, D.C. • June 18, 2019
In this episode, Sister Kara Davis, D.C., shares stories of her experience with the Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) pilgrimage, including the role it played in her discernment. She talks about the miracles of her pilgrimage and how the people she met along the way aided her throughout the journey and in her life beyond.
Episode 21: Development Around the World with International Project Services
In the Company of Sister Mary Louise Stubbs, D.C. • June 4, 2019
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., is joined by Sister Mary Louise Stubbs, D.C., director of the Daughters of Charity International Project Services (IPS). The "crowdsourcing of religious life," IPS funds projects for Daughters in countries throughout the world who don't have the means to do it themselves. You can learn more about IPS and the projects currently being funded here at www.daughtersips.org.