S2 E13: Development of a Missionary Province

In the Company of Sister Pat Beyrau

March 10, 2020

This episode is the first episode of our Missionary March, a series in which you'll hear stories from Sisters who are or have been missionaries in various countries! In this episode, Sister Pat Beyrau, D.C., tells us all about her experience in Kenya--from the Archbishop allowing them to serve the poor to expanding the Daughters of Charity with new members! Vincentian Lay Missionaries (VLM): www.vlmusa.org

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