Journal of Vincentian Social Action (JoVSA) is a biannual peer reviewed scholarly publication engaging the local, national and global community on issues of poverty and social injustice in the service of the disadvantaged. Rooted in the Catholic and Vincentian tradition, we are dedicated to active research and direct service to those most in need. We seek to publish insight into the causes and consequences of poverty and believe that these actions can help alleviate suffering. We welcome novel research, conference proceedings, case studies, and position papers on contemporary topics that shed light on a direct route to help those in need.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 3 (2017) 400th Anniversary of the Vincentian Charism
Special Editor: John T. Maher, C.M.
Journal of Vincentian Social Action, November 2017
John T. Maher
Vincentian Social Justice: A Work in Progress
John E. Rybolt
Vincent de Paul and the Empowerment of Women
Charism that Lives: Translating the Message of St. Vincent de Paul for Today’s Teacher Education
Donald McClure and Judith F. Mangione
Articles submitted before February 15, 2018 will be considered for our Spring 2018 issue. Please contact Dr. Marc Gillespie, editor in chief (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about the submission process. An overview of the journal can be found at http://scholar.stjohns.edu/jovsa/. Author guidelines can be found at http://scholar.stjohns.edu/jovsa/policies.html.