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The Vincentian Encyclopedia is a collaborative project offering articles on saints and blessed in the Vincentian Family, history, places of interest, spirituality and other documents.
Do you have knowledge to share?
The Encylopedia is a collaborative project. You too can add information to the encyclopedia.
Vinformation offers tools for furthering your formation in the Vincentian Charism. This site includes slideshows, videos, games and downloadable presentations to guide you in your journey.
Discover our past
Grow in the spirituality of St. Vincent de Paul
Love and serve people living in poverty
Did you know that FAMVIN is also a social network?
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Interested in ways to get your message? Hungry to connect with like-minded individuals?
VirtualVins is our FaceBook-like social network focused on sharing "best practices".
Would you like to be mentored to a deeper understanding of the Way of Vincent and Louise?
VincentU provides mentoring in understanding and living the charism whether in simple one-on-one or group settings, and eventually even certificate and other credit bearing programs.
Coming Soon! Using FAMVIN
Learn to use the site in all of it's wonderfulness! We have a lot to offer. That's great but only if you can make use of it. Click on this item for a guided tour and aids to making the most of FAMVIN.
More than a website... more than a collection of websites with information in five languages.
We seek to embody "Vincentian: A way of life for today" by providing tools and information for those who seek to serve the marginalized in the world today. St. Vincent de Paul employed the tools of his day to spread the Word and encourage and instruct those who followed his example. We employ today's communication tools to further the mission of seeing Christ in the the eyes of the poor and serving Christ where we find Him.