Through dialogue about issues as well as sharing of resources and project designs, the group aims to strengthen the voice of the individual organizations, all of whom have a particular care for those living in poverty and on the margins of society. The representatives are collaborating on issues such as immigration reform and climate change. of the Mission (East and West), the Ladies of Charity USA and the Vincentian lay missioners- MISEVI-USA.
Monthly conversations are increasing awareness of efforts made by others in the Vincentian Family in the areas of advocacy and direct service. These conversations aid in building consensus and mobilizing larger numbers of advocates committed to peace, justice and the integrity of creation.
Participating in this new collaboration are both lay and religious groups committed to work with and on behalf of people living in poverty in the spirit of Saints Vincent de Paul, Louise de Marillac, Elizabeth Seton and others in this tradition. Participants include the Executive Director and the NGO of the Sisters of Charity Federation as well as representatives from the Ladies of Charity USA, the Sisters of Charity of New York, Saint Elizabeth, Cincinnati, Halifax, Nazareth, Leavenworth and Seton Hill, the Daughters of Charity of the West and the St. Louise Province, the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy, the Congregation of the Mission – Eastern and Western Provinces, the Vincentian lay missioners-MISEVI-USA and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul – National Council of the United States.
Click on the links below to read two important statements approved at the Vincentian Family of North America Social Justice Representatives Conference on 9/25/2013
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