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 E4: Refugees of Today
In the Company of Trinh Truong
November 5, 2019
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.