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Episode 6: The Vincentian Charism

In the Company of David Romero

December 4, 2018

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

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