Set in France at the beginning of the Second World War, the film chronicles the commendable work of Sr. Helena Studler, a Daughter of Charity who saved the lives of thousands of French refugees by saving them from imprisonment by Nazi forces.
The Daughters of Charity of Fribourg, Switzerland work as volunteers at Point d’Ancrage, with asylum seekers.
Inventing new ways of witnessing the Good News to the most fragile who wait for hope.
“In my patients, I see the face of Christ”, testifies Sister Catherine, Daughter of Charity at the Istanbul Peace Hospital in Turkey.
Sister Valérie, Daughter of Charity in Greece, testifies to her vocation with the elderly and in financial difficulties.
Bernadette Miller answers the question: What does it mean to be a Vincentian?
Scenes from the Vincentian heritage places in Paris.