In the Company of Charity
S2 E11: A Ministry of Archeology
In the Company of Sister Belinda Monahan, OSB • February 11, 2020
In this episode, Sister Liz is in the company of Sister Belinda Monahan, OSB. Sister Belinda shares her unique vocation story and discusses how her religious vocation matches up with her vocation as an archeologist.
S2 E9: Human Trafficking Awareness Month
In the Company of Sister Joan Dawber, SC & Sister Melissa Camardo, SCL • January 14, 2020
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. To aid in spreading this awareness, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., and cohost for the episode, Sister Salvatrice Murphy, D.C., sit down with Sister Melissa Camardo, SCL & Sister Joan Dawber, SC. Both members of the Sisters of Charity Federation, they work for Lifeway Network--an organization that helps victims of human trafficking. Learn more about human trafficking at these websites: - www.justfreedom.org - https://lifewaynetwork.org/ - http://www.usccb.org/about/anti-trafficking-program/human-trafficking.cfm Learn more about the Sisters of Charity Federation: www.sistersofcharityfederation.org
S2 E8: Ministries Changing with the Times
In the Company of Sister Mary Bader, D.C. • December 31, 2019
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim is joined by Sister Mary Bader, D.C., director of St. Ann's Center for Infants, Children, and Families. The two discuss St. Ann's Center and its long history, including how it has adapted to the needs of the community over time.
S2 E6: This Special Time of Year
In the Company of Sister Liz & Sister Elizabeth • December 3, 2019
This episode is our first cohost chat of the season! Sister Liz and Sister Elizabeth sit down together to recap their Thanksgivings, talk about our company feasts, and discuss how they're making this Advent special!
S2 E5: World Meeting of Families
In the Company of Sister Anne Neylon • November 19, 2019
In this episode of In the Company of Charity, we go back to almost a year ago when Sister Elizabeth and Sister Liz were at the Daughters of Charity Motherhouse in Paris. Sister Elizabeth chats with Sister Anne Neylon (Province of Ireland) about her experience at the World Meeting of Families in Dublin. Website: https://www.worldmeeting2018.ie/en/
S2 E4: Refugees of Today
In the Company of Trinh Truong • November 5, 2019
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., is in the company of Trinh Truong. Trinh is a refugee after being resettled in the United States in 2001 at the age of 3. Throughout her life, she has learned her family's story which shapes the way she sees the world, the decisions she makes, and the life she lives as an adult.
S2 E3: Special Olympics
In the Company of the Schmidt Family • October 22, 2019
In this episode, Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., is in the company of Nancy, Michael, and Andrew Schmidt, all of whom are very active in the Special Olympics. Together, they chat about how the Special Olympics have impacted their family in so many positive ways and why others should consider getting involved.
S2 E1: Depaul International
In the Company of Mark McGreevy • September 24, 2019
To begin season two of "In the Company of Charity," Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., sits down with Mark McGreevy, Group Chief Executive of DePaul International. Together, they talk about the internationality of the Vincentian charism and how it's lived out in different ways all throughout the world. Depaul International: https://int.depaulcharity.org/home Homeless Alliance: https://vfhomelessalliance.org/c13h/
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.