“As the book’s title proclaims, the cloister of a Daughter of Charity was the street.” Fr Ed Udovic CM has posted to the Vincentian History Research Network Site a review which has has appeared in he latest issue of The Catholic Historical Review, Volume 98, Number 4, October 2012. While the book itself is in French, [...]
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The YouTube Channel of the Daughters of Charity USA has posted their 26th video - “A history of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul in the United States up to 2008.” Related FAMVIN Posts:Daughters of Charity “Transforming Mission” videosDaughters of Charity (International) open a YouTube channelWhere in the world are the Daughters [...]
Spanning 200 years, Vincentian Postcards is a unique collection of postcards reflecting the heritage of the various branches of the Vincentian Family, the growth of social institutions, advancements in technology and changes in urban environments. The postcards are a part of the Vincentiana Collection at DePaul University Special Collections and Archives. This pictorial history documents [...]
Fr. John Rybolt provides a day-by-day listing of the known activities of Vincent de Paul from 1596 (the year of his tonsure and minor orders) to 1660 (the year of his death). Its purpose is to show graphically his activities in chronological relation to each other and, where possible, to track his movements while traveling on missions or other [...]
“A history of translating theory into meaningful action.” This is how DePaul University describes its path through history to the become the United States largest Catholic University.
“The Unionists would all go to hell, and the secessionists to heaven.” That was the message Catherine Bockman heard when she attended Mass on May 27, 1862, at St. Vincent’s, near the French market in St. Louis’s Soulard neighborhood. She had come to pray for the welfare of her husband, a Union soldier in the [...]
GodTube hosts a 5 minute video presenting the history of the Daughters of Charity from their foundation until this day in the US. It was the prepared by the Daughters of Charity USA. This another in the series produced by Sr. Liz and found on either their YouTube channel or their GodTube channel. One of [...]
Father Ed Udovic’s current post about books St. VIncent would know features background on his rule for the first Ladies of Charity. St. Vincent’s reading list is a recurring blog exploring texts known to have been ready and recommended by Saint Vincent de Paul, those which can be presumed to have been read by him, and works [...]
Volumes 11 & 12 of the English translation of Pierre Coste now available digitally. “The Vincentian Studies Institute of the United States is happy to announce that volumes 11 and 12 of Pierre Coste’s,Correspondence, Conferences, Documents (Conferences to the Congregation of the Mission) have now been posted on our digital repository Via Sapientiae. Our thanks to Sr. Marie [...]
The New england Province of the Congregation of the Mission has posted two short informative features related vows made by Louise, Sr. Barbara Angebost and three other Sisters 370 years ago. The second link explains the annual renewal of vows. 370th anniversary of first vows Renewal of vows explained Direct link to HD remake of a video [...]
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