Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul West Central Province
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We will be happy to pray for you. Simply email your prayer request to us by using the above link. Be sure to type "Prayer Request" in the subject line.
Dear members of the Vincentian Family – United States and Canada:
You are invited to register for the 2011 Vincentian Family Gathering, October 20-23, 2011, in Indianapolis, IN...see full information
Sister Marguerite Rutan, who was guillotined during the French Revolution for refusing to deny her faith in Christ and the Church, was beatified last Sunday, June 19, 2011 in Dax, France. For more information please visit the Daughter of Charity International Website and the Famvin Website
Sr. Joan Pytlik received the Betty A. Lowe, MD Award presented by the Arkansas Children’s Hospital Foundation at an awards ceremony on April 8, 2011 in Little Rock, AR...full story
Watch the video about Vincentian Service Corps
Read about Sr. Sharon's expericences as she serves in Kenya on her blog
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It's official! The Haiti microfinance project, Zafen is now open for business...learn more
We are a Society of Apostolic Life; a community of women striving to serve Jesus by serving persons who are poor and marginalized. We do this living in community, praying in common and supporting each other in our common mission of service. Our homes are just like yours, regular homes in regular neighborhoods.
We serve in many different types of ministry such as healthcare, social services, teaching, counseling, prisons, pastoral ministry and many other ministries. We have a deep passion for changing the world one person at a time. We believe in social justice for each person.
We are located throughout the United States but that isn't all. We are an international community of over 19,000 women in more than 90 countries throughout the world. We serve in small towns, large cities, rural areas, third world countries - wherever you find persons who are poor and marginalized you will find the Daughters of Charity.
There are many ways to get to know us better.