Vincentian Heritage, a biannual journal, is free and ready for download
The DePaul University Vincentian Studies Institute is pleased to announce the publication of our newest open-source e-book edition of Vincentian Heritage (Volume 32, Number 2).
This edition includes the following articles:
- Vincent de Paul: What Moved Him? And What Moved Him Toward Those Who Are Poor?” by Thomas McKenna, C.M.
- The Ecological Spirituality of Elizabeth Ann Seton” by Sung-Hae Kim, S.C.
- Eight American Daughters of Charity and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army in Jiangxi Province 1928-1930″ by Lawrence F. Asma, C.M.
- The Epiphany of Yvaral’s St. Vincent Portrait” by Bro. Mark Elder, C.M.
- Antique Polychromy Applied to Modern Art and Hittorff’s Saint Vincent de Paul in Paris, the Architectural Showpiece of the Renouveau Catholique” by Michael Kiene, Ph.D.
- The Future of the Vincentian Charism in the United States: Challenges, Trends, and Opportunities” by Scott Kelley, Ph.D., and Jessica Werner, Ph.D.
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