The Vincentian Family is a movement made up of more than 160 institutions and some 4,000,000 people who follow Jesus Christ, serving the poor, as did St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de Marillac and many other believers who, over the last four centuries, have enriched the Vincentian charism.
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This Monday, July 26, is the anniversary of the arrival of Felix de Andreis, C.M., Joseph Rosati, C.M., and companions in Baltimore, Maryland USA in 1816. Learn more in this presentation: [slideshare...
COVID 19 Is both similar to and very different from the Vincentian Virus. St. Vincent was “patient zero”. We also know the power of the Vincentian Virus and how St. Vincent spread this powerful virus.
The following is a short reflection on the formator seminarian relationship derived from the reading of the departure scene of Elijah from the book of 2 Kings.
Jesus says any time there is a hungry, thirsty or ostracized person, that person is Christ himself. And if we don’t share our food, our water, or our welcome, then we are rejecting the Incarnation of God in this world.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, Oregon, USA endured last month's record breaking heatwave with a broken refrigerator and without air conditioning. Now, their Homeless Services are preparing for future emergencies. According to NPR (klcc.org): Director...
Suppose that you served on the committee that debated the choice of the week to honor St. Joseph. What day would you pick?
The quick answer is… find a pair of rose-colored glasses.
Jesus is the answer in full that the Father gives to our prayers. And we poor people ask him to give us this day our daily loaves of bread. Jesus draws many people due to the signs he has performed for the sick. But he seems to draw more people after going up on the...
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vinflix.net is born today as a new website of the Vincentian Family that is intended to facilitate sharing videos (both short and feature-length) that creatively explore the Vincentian call to globalize charity. In continuity with what was experienced during the...
As members of Vincentian Family, we do not want to nor should we remain impassive in the face of the discrimination that millions of people still suffer today.
In light of the pandemic caused by the coronavirus which has affected every country throughout the world, the worldwide Vincentian Family unites itself to the efforts of those individuals who have been mobilized to minimize the spread of this virus and ultimately, to...