Vincentian Heritage, a biannual journal, is free and ready for download The DePaul University Vincentian Studies Institute is pleased to announce the publication of our newest open-source e-book edition of Vincentian Heritage (Volume 32, Number 2). This edition includes the following articles: Vincent de Paul: What Moved Him? And What Moved Him Toward Those Who Are […]
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As Americans prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving remember there is a prehistory or “prequel” of Thanksgiving rooted deeply in Christian tradition and echoed in Vincentian heritage.
The Vincentian Heritage Bookstore operations will be managed by the bookstore and gift shop at the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, Maryland
The National Office of the SVDP draws attention to an excerpt of National Board of Director’s Stategic Goal Leader 4, Ray Sickinger’s contribution to the publication Vincentian Heritage: FREDERIC OZANAM: SYSTEMIC THINKING AND SYSTEMIC CHANGE A number of biographies document the true story of how the young Frederic Ozanam visited a beleaguered Parisian woman with five children […]
St. John Prep Students Discover Themselves Overseas Forty students and six teachers from St. John’s Prep, Astoria, embarked on an international pilgrimage to better understand their faith, the world, and their school’s Vincentian heritage. They traveled to Ireland, Wales, England and Paris under the leadership of their director of campus ministry, Cristina Varriale. The Brooklyn […]
“Saint Vincent de Paul and the Mission of the Institute for Business & Professional Ethics: Why Companies Should Care about Poverty” Vincentian Heritage (Special Issue on Vincentian Higher Education and Poverty Reduction) 28.2 (2008): 141-150. “In 2006, following St. Vincent of DePaul’s commitment to serving the poor, the IBPE aligned its mission with that of DePaul University’s: […]
The Vincentian Studies Institute at DePaul University is proud to announce the debut of the Vincentian History Research Network (VHRN) – a dynamic online forum designed for researchers and scholars on Vincentian topics broadly considered. The VHRN is an online network where participants can learn about Vincentian resources, share current research projects, ask questions about possible archival […]