On that day in May of 1629, neither Vincent nor Louise was aware of just how far that journey of service leadership would take her nor of its ramifications for the Church and for the service of generations of persons in need.
Clericalism leads to many dangers in the Church and in the lives of all people, clergy and laity.
Vincentian Scholars are part of a four-year scholarship program that forms leaders in the Vincentian tradition—academically, practically, and spiritually.
Dee Mansi shares her thoughts on women’s involvement in Church leadership after celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Anglican Sisters of Charity – a branch of the Vincentian Family.
If our vocation consists of following Jesus Christ then it is in our total willingness to serve the poor that we find our perfection. Excerpt From: Various authors. “Vincent de Paul and the Spirit of Service.”