In the Company of Charity
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.
Episode 20: Spiritual Direction
In the Company of Sister Carmel Ryan • May 21, 2019
In this episode of In the Company of Charity, Sister Liz Sjoberg sits down with Sister Carmel Ryan from the Province of Ireland. Together, they discuss spiritual direction, what it can do for an individual, and how it differs from therapy.
Episode 17: Immigration in America
In the Company of Linda Rivas • April 9, 2019
In this episode, Sister Meggie Flores is in the company of Linda Rivas from Las Americas in El Paso. Together, they discuss immigration at our southern border as a human issue and from their firsthand experience working with this migrants. In the Vincentian Pulse, Sister Salvatrice Murphy reflects on xenophobia, how to overcome it, and the importance of welcoming the stranger.
Episode 16: Translation as Ministry
In the Company of Sister Judith Mausser, D.C. • March 26, 2019
In this episode of our Sounds of the Motherhouse series, Sister Elizabeth Greim is in the company of Sister Judith Mausser, D.C., an English language translator at the Motherhouse in Paris. Sister Judith discusses translation as a ministry and the incredible joy that comes with living at working at the Motherhouse. The Vincentian Pulse features "Laudate Dominum" from evening prayer in the chapel.
Episode 15: Being Director General
In the Company of Father Bernard Schoepfer, C.M. • March 19, 2019
In this episode of our Sounds of the Motherhouse series, Sister Liz Sjoberg sits down with Director General of the Daughters of Charity, Father Bernard Schoepfer, C.M, to talk about what his job means and how it is important to the Company. Stick around for the Vincentian Pulse where we hear Salve Regina sung from the Motherhouse Evening Prayers!
Episode 14: Discerning in Eastern Europe
In the Company of Sister Dafina Grabanica, D.C. • March 12, 2019
In this episode of Sounds from the Motherhouse, Sister Liz is in the company of Sister Dafina Grabanica, a Daughter of Charity originally from Kosovo. Sister Dafina shares her vocation story and how it led her to the Motherhouse in Paris. In the Vincentian Pulse, you'll hear Daughters of Charity singing The Angelus as a part of their evening prayer in the Motherhouse chapel.
Episode 13: Religious Life in South Korea
In the Company of Sister Martha Kim, D.C. • March 5, 2019
This episode is the first episode in our "Sounds of the Motherhouse" series, a series of podcasts recorded during Sister Elizabeth & Sister Liz's trip to the Daughter of Charity Motherhouse in Paris. Our hosts are joined by Sister Martha Kim, a Daughter of Charity from South Korea, shares what it's like to be a part of the Catholic faith during this time in her home country. The Vincentian Pulse features Daughters of Charity singing the Magnificat in the Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal at the Motherhouse.
Episode 12: Organ Donations
In the Company of Linnea Ryer • February 26, 2019
In this episode, Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., is in the company of Linnea Ryer. Linnea talks about her role as a Family Support Specialist at Unyts, an Organ Procurement Organization and her role in saving lives. Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., uses the Vincentian Pulse to reflect on the legacy that St. Louise de Marillac left. Link to organ donation story mentioned in the episode: https://www.wgrz.com/mobile/video/news/heart-donation-part-2/71-d91f25b1-2e00-413c-af99-a8cedc454bb0
Episode 11: Puerto Rico & Hurricane Maria
In the Company of Sister Iliana Aponte, D.C. • February 12, 2019
In this episode, Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., is in the company of Sister Iliana Aponte, a Daughter of Charity originally from Puerto Rico. Sister Iliana talks about what life was like for her family in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria as well as what life was like for the Daughters of Charity living in Puerto Rico. As Spanish is Sister Iliana's first language, parts of her interview are in Spanish and translated to English using an interrupter.
Episode 10: Art in Ministry
In the Company of Sister Ellen LaCapria, D.C. • January 29, 2019
In this episode, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., is in the company of Sister Ellen LaCapria, D.C., to talk about the ways in which art has been the constant in her different ministries. From teacher to nurse to hospital administer, art has been included every step of the way. In the Vincentian Pulse, Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., talks about another Daughter of Charity who loved art--foundress, St. Louise de Marillac. See some of Sister Ellen's art on our Facebook page!
Episode 9: Ministering in the Congo
In the Company of Sister Mary Felice • January 15, 2019
Sister Liz Sjoberg, D.C., is in company of Sister Mary Felice, D.C., a missionary Daughter of Charity serving in the Congo. Together, they talk about what it means to be a missionary sister, how Sister Mary ended up in the Congo, and how you can help! In the Vincentian Pulse, Sister Elizabeth Greim, D.C., reflects on recent encyclicals.