“400 Years of Vincentian Charism” Book Published in Romania #famvin400

by | May 9, 2017 | News, Vincentian Family

Contributed by Marilena Bartic:

The Sapientia Publishing House in Iași, Romania, recently published a book entitled “1617-2017. 400 years of the Vincentian Charism,” written by Ana Dobos. The book was issued by “Christianity Today” and it has 102 pages. The book analyzes St. Vincent’s Charism in Romania, in all parts of the country, starting with the apostolate of Blessed Vladimir Ghika (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_Ghika), and then going further with the presence of the Lazarist missionaries until today, where active institutes still consecrate their life to St. Vincent de Paul. (Book preface signed by Auxiliary Bishop Aurel Perca, Iaşi, Romania)

To purchase the book (in Romanian language only), click here.