In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., sits down with Sister Catherine Brown, D.C., to chat about childhood hunger and the lifetime worth of problems it can cause.
S2 E25: Childhood Hunger in America
In the Company of Sister Catherine Brown, D.C.
July 28, 2020
S3 E3: Making Big Changes, Little By Little
In the Company of Sister Margaret O'Dwyer, D.C. • October 20, 2020
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim is joined by Sister Margaret O'Dwyer, the Daughters of Charity representative at the United Nations. Sister Margaret gives a "UN 101" and discusses how we can make an impact at the grassroots level as well as at the UN.
S3 E2: Entering A New Stage of Life
In the Company of Sisters Kate McFall, Bella Davila, and Carissa Kulpa • October 6, 2020
In this episode, our co-hosts are joined by some of our youngest and newest Sisters! Sister Kate McFall recently completed Seminary and has been sent on Mission to Macon, Georgia while Sisters Bella Davila and Carissa Kulpa have just become Daughters of Charity and entered the Seminary. They speak about the challenges and joys of entering new stages of life, particularly in the midst of a pandemic.
S3 E1: Worship Through Song
In the Company of Sarah Kroger • September 22, 2020
Welcome to Season 3 of In the Company of Charity! To kick off the new season, Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., sits down with Sarah Kroger, a Catholic singer/songwriter. Among other things, the pair discuss how Sarah uses song in her prayer life and the ways that her songs have touched others.