Thanks be to God! The VMY in the Solomon Islands is experiencing impressive growth and success.
Tomaž Mavrič, CM
Sr. Marija Jelena Ikic, new Superior General of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul of Zagreb
After prayer and discernment, the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul of Zagreb elected Sr. Marija Jelena Ikic as Superior General for the next six years.
Preparations for a 2024 gathering of the global Vincentian Family in Rome highlighted the agenda of the semiannual meeting of the Vincentian Family Executive Board from June 26-29, 2023 in Philadelphia, USA.
Today’s Chicago trivia question is about a sweet treat!
Today’s Chicago trivia question is about the city’s motto, “I will”.
Mingling with those engaged in Vincentian charism is a treat for them as much as a treat to yourself… so our first Chicago trivia question is about dessert!
Did you know that the great movement of the 21st century is nearby? … Yes, it is the Movement that will gather people from all parts of the world who want to meet, face to face, with our Lord Jesus in the person of the poor.
Between June 12th and 18th , all the eyes of the worldwide Vincentian community will be on Rome where the Council General International of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SSVP) will hold its General Assembly, which takes place every six years.
Pilgrimage to Aparecida: about 40,000 persons participated in the largest Vincentian event in the world
A true demonstration of faith and devotion. Such words describe the three days (May 5-7) of the 51st Pilgrimage of the Vincentians to Aparecida (Brazil).
Poverty affects everyone including children, in fact, they are more than twice as likely to live in poverty than adults.
On the occasion of the feast of Pentecost 2023, an international team from different branches of the Vincentian Family have published a guide for a personal retreat that can be done over the course of five days.
According to recent figures published by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), 209,000 children in the Netherlands are living at risk of poverty, with their parents earning a salary below the national low-income threshold.