The mission of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul can be defined as: Given to God, in community, for the service of those who live in poverty.
As a Society of Apostolic Life in the Catholic Church, we devote our lives to ministering in the everyday worlds of the poor and the marginalized. We live and pray in community and support one another in the common mission of service in a spirit of humility, simplicity, and charity.
Today, there are nearly 14,000 Daughters of Charity living and working in about 90 countries throughout the world. Between the two provinces in the United States, we are located in 20 states and Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Sisters serve in a wide variety of ministries, depending on the needs of the poor and the Sister’s talents, education, and interests. Some of the most common ministries for a Daughter of Charity include serving in.