The Group of Vincentian Studies of Central Europe (MEGVIS) met at the General House of the Sisters of Charity of Augsburg on April 3 and 4.MEGVIS
(From NUNTIA of the Congregation of the Mission)

Eighty-seven people from different groups of the Vincentian Family took part in this meeting: Daughters of Charity, Federation of the Sisters of Charity of Austria and Germany, Congregation of Brothers of Tilburg, AIC, CM, JMV, and SSVP. Among others, the fol-lowing themes were treated: “Vincent de Paul and His Unlimited Confidence in Providence,” “Sr. Rosalie Rendu: A Fascinating Life,” “150 Years of the Vincentians in the Habsburg Empire” and “What Is Meant by Working in the Spirit of St. Vincent: Sharing Our Charism with the Laity.” They also discussed together various common experiences of the work of the Vincentian Family with the laity and with young people.

For full issue see http://nuntia.cs.depaul.edu/cm/2218english.htm

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