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The Daughters of Charity are today the largest community of Catholic women, with 15,000 sisters in about 100 countries. They devote their lives to serving the poorest in hospitals, schools, and care centers for homeless or migrants, as well as working to promote social justice. Until now, however, the history of the Daughters of Charity has been almost wholly neglected. The opening of their central archives, combined with access to many public and private archives, has finally allowed this to be remedied.
Professor Moringiello is published by the Catholic University of America Press.
Stan Chu Ilo Receives an Award for His Work with Canadian Samaritans for Africa
Professor Ilo chosen as Alan Richardson Fellow for 2019/2020 by Durham University