"The Charity of Jesus Crucified Presses Us."
St. Vincent de Paul did not have a spirituality, he had a way.
His way was based on experience, faith, and practical wisdom.
When the Daughters of Charity, Servants of the Sick Poor, were founded, the only recognized
women religious were cloistered nuns. A common rule was drawn up as guidelines for the Daughters of Charity, and
their work among the poor was seen as a genuine vocation.
We have found copies of rules of different communities of the Sisters of Charity online, and will be adapting one set to our
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