Mothers are very busy people and those of the children who attend the school in St. Vincent’s GNS Nth William Street are no exception. They took time from their busy schedule to visit St. Catherine’s, Dunardagh on Wednesday, 19 June 2012. Here you can see a side view of the school which runs along by the canal, in the north inner City, Dublin. The daughters of charity came here in 1855.
VIP List of Invitees
Minister Jan O’Sullivan TD - Minister of State, Department of Environment, Community and Local Government with special responsibility for Housing and Planning.
Sr. Goretti Butler DC – Provincial, Daughters of Charity, Chairperson of D.O.C. Service.
Mr. Dermot Desmond – Chairperson, Board of Directors, RESPECT.
Mr. Dan Lenihan – Chairperson, RESPECT Fundraising Committee.
Ms. Angela Fitzgerald – HSE Regional Director of Performance and Integration.
Mr. Des O’Flynn – HSE Area Manager
Mr. Des Dowling – Assistant Secretary, Department of the Environment.
Counsellor Kieran Dennison – Mayor, Fingal County Council.
Ms. Ann Marie Farrelly – Director of Services, Housing & Community Department, Fingal County Council.
Mr. Denis Cronin – CEO, Daughters of Charity Service.
My name is Emily Miller and I am a Vincentian Lay Missionary from the United States. I was fortunate enough to volunteer in Kenya last summer alongside the Daughters of Charity in the community of Kiio.
The concept of ‘living wage’ is one which has begun to enter the political discourse in Ireland and has been gaining traction internationally. In particular the Living Wage has been a successful outcome and tangible application of Consensual Budget Standards research in the UK.
Sunday, September 1, 2013 was a great day for us, Mary, Rodah, Susan and Winfrida. We arrived from our Postulancy in Thigio to St. Catherine’s Seminary, Nairobi in preparation for our admission into the Company of the Daughters of Charity.