Toward a Vincentian Campus Culture

by | Apr 4, 2014 | Evangelization, Vincentian Family


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The Very Rev. G. Gregory Gay, C.M., a 1976 Niagara University alumnus and Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission, yesterday gave this presentation on the development of a Vincentian “campus culture” in higher education. It was entitled “Hard Work and Sheer Joy: Toward a Vincentian Campus Culture”.

Main points include:

  • The transformative power of the Vincentian charism for college students
  • How a Vincentian education is different from other models (secular, altruistic)
  • How Vincentian universities are a manifestation and continuation of the vision of St. Vincent de Paul
  • Common Statement on Vincentian Sponsorship of Universities
  • Four keys to developing a Vincentian Campus Culture


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