VIDEO: Webinar on Louise de Marillac

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

May 10, 2024

A webinar dedicated to Louise de Marillac took place on Friday, May 10, accommodating participants from across the Congregation. With Kay Glunk, SCN, as the resource person, the session proved insightful as she explored the life and contributions of Saint Louise de Marillac.

During the webinar, participants were encouraged to reflect and share their thoughts on several questions:

  1. What aspects of Louise’s life caught your attention or moved your heart as you listened to the discussion?
  2. In what ways do you perceive Louise reflecting on the challenges she faced and how the grace of God transformed them?
  3. How might reflecting on your own life experiences help you discover the ways in which the grace of God has shaped your journey?

These prompts fostered meaningful dialogue among attendees, and by the end of the session, Sisters and Associates departed with a deeper understanding and appreciation for Louise de Marillac’s legacy.

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