In the Company of Charity
S3 E24: Discernment FAQ, Part 2
August 10, 2021
In the final episode of season 3, we are joined by Sister Lisa Laguna, DC, Vocation Director for the Province of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Sister Lisa answers some questions that she gets asked the most by those who are discerning religious life. You can find part one of this topic in season 2, episode 7.
S3 E23: Connecting with Vincentians Across the World
July 27, 2021
This week's episode features a guest interviewer, Sister Salvatrice Murphy, DC! Sister Salvatrice is joined by Francine Soliunas, the Director of Mission Integration at Marillac St. Vincent Family Services, a sponsored work of the Daughters of Charity, Province of St. Louise in Chicago, Illinois. In her position, Francine has the privilege of teaching employees about the Daughters, our founders, and what it means to be Vincentian. Recently, she found a creative way to bring employees and Daughters of Charity around the world together to unite in their common work. The Sister to Sister video mentioned can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fM-cU6SEszE
S3 E22: Adjusting Teaching Styles
July 13, 2021
COVID has forced all of us to make adjustments, especially in the school system. Sister Margaret Ann Wooden, D.C., a first grade teacher at Mother Seton School in Emmitsburg, Maryland, shares what procedures her school put into place and how she adjusted to their new normal.
S3 E19: Sister Stephanie Baliga, The Running Nun
June 1, 2021
This week, Sister Liz is in the company of Sister Stephanie Baliga, "The Running Nun". We learn about how Sister Stephanie gained national media attention and how she uses her gift and hobby to raise awareness and funds for those in need in Chicago.
S3 E18: Helping Others Find God
May 18, 2021
In today's episode, Sister Liz is in the company of Gregory Lewis. Gregory has spent years using drugs, in gangs, and has been incarcerated multiple times. However, after meeting Sister Theresa Sullivan, a Daughter of Charity at Daybreak in Macon, Georgia, he has found God and is turning his life around. His story shows us that it's never too late to turn to God.
S3 E17: Living in Navajo Nation
May 4, 2021
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth is joined by three Daughters of Charity who live and serve in Tuba City, Arizona, a part of Navajo Nation. Sister Catherine France, Sister Mary Peter Diaz, and Sister Caridad Tatayon share about their ministries, particularly their ministry of presence.
S3 E16: Ministering in Alaska
April 20, 2021
Alaska is 1 of the 50 states, but sometimes it feels like a different country. In today's episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim chats with Sister Frances Vista about ministering as a Daughter of Charity in Anchorage and the joys and challenges that come along with it.
S3 E15: Society of St. Vincent de Paul
April 6, 2021
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim sits down to talk with Tim Williams, the National Director for Formation for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the United States. He explains the origins of the Society, the purpose of the Society, and the good things each Conference (or Chapter) does for those in poverty.
S3 E14: Preparing for Vows
March 23, 2021
We're back with a new Cohost Chat episode! Today, Sister Elizabeth and Sister Liz talk all things Daughters of Charity. They explain the structure of our Assemblies and how this year was different from every other year. Our hosts catch up about how they are preparing for their vow renewals on the Feast of the Annunciation and why renewing vows is so special to Daughters around the world.
S3 E13: Sisters of Charity Federation
March 9, 2021
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth chats with the director of the Sisters of Charity Federation, Sister Grace Hartzog. A member of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, Sister Grace teaches us about the Sisters of Charity Federation, its history, and the hopes for its future.
S3 E10: Ministering during COVID
January 26, 2021
In this episode, Sister Liz is joined by sister-friend, Sister Salvatrice Murphy, to discuss how the pandemic has changed the way we minister to those most in need. Being a social worker working with mental health, Sister Salvatrice discusses how her job grew and gives some advice on taking care of yourself in order to best serve others.