How it Began:Over 380 years ago, in 1633 a French widow named Louise de Marillac and a French priest named Vincent de Paul, founded the Daughters of Charity to serve the poor in France -Paris.Who we are: We are a Society of Apostolic Life; with simple vow a community of women striving to serveJesus by serving persons who are poor and marginalized.What we do:We serve in many types of ministry such as healthcare, Education, social services, Disability management, Aged care, Migrants, counseling, prisons, pastoral care, Community Development, Hospice for HIV/AIDS, and many other ministries. We believe in social justice for each person.Where We Serve:We are an international community of over 17,000 women in 93 countries throughout the world- wherever you find persons who are poor and marginalized you will find the Daughters of Charity.Read More…
The Company of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul, sometimes referred to as Daughters of Charity, is a Roman Catholic Society of Apostolic Life of women with simple, private, annual vows, founded in 1633 and devoted to serving Jesus Christ in the persons who are poor through corporal and spiritual works of mercy.Read More…
(Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul)
Cooke Town Bangalore- 560 005
KARNATAKA-INDIA E-Mail email@example.com Phone-080 25471794
Our Congregation is committed to the service of the poor, in particular the rural poor. We are working in close collaboration with the church, Govt. Departments and other organizations with objectives.Catering the spiritual needs of the people. Helping the thousands of fellow human beings, who are exploited and steeped in poverty and ignorance.Extending efforts for the development of the poor through educational institutions, vocational training centres, service care institutions like health centres, hospitals, orphanages, destitute homes, rehabilitation centres such as CheshireRead More…
Hearty welcome to the website of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul province of South India. We are women who have responded to the call of Christ to live our baptismal commitment by reaching out to the poor. We live together in community and serve the sick poor and needy through our services, pastoral and social activities living out after the example of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac, our founders. Here we try to present the service done by the Congregation of the Daughters of Charity and especially the service of the SouthIndian province. Read More….