We, members of the International Vincentian Family Executive Committee express our deep concern about the lack of vaccine to eradicate COVID-19, especially in poor countries.
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In the Famvin Homeless Alliance, we cannot forget that as we mark St Vincent’s day, yesterday was also the World Day of Migrants and Refugees.
On September 27, feast of St. Vincent de Paul, the various branches of the Vincentian Family Worldwide prepare in many ways the celebration of this important date.
This week and every week, as we celebrate #InternationalWaterDay, let us be more cognizant of our responsibility to limit water-waste, to fund sustainable water projects around the world, and to appreciate what keeps us alive.
Interview with Sr. Elisabeth Halbmann, General Superior of the Sisters of Mercy of St. Vincent de Paul in Untermarchtal (Germany)
Sr. Elisabeth Halbmann, General Superior of the Sisters of Mercy of St. Vincent de Paul in Untermarchtal (Germany) discusses her congregation.
More than a year after the beginning of painful experience of the Covid-19 Pandemic and with the certainty of being at the beginning of the end and with vaccination underway, the world begins to draw conclusions and imagine what the future might be like.
There are innumerable women who shaped our history, those who with their words, their silences, their strength or their sensibilities were showing us the maternal face of God.
Renato Lima de Oliveira, took part in the panel discussion titled “Digital Technology at the Service of Ending Homelessness,” together with other experts on the subject.
Interview with Sister M. Pavla Draganová, Superior General de la Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy of Saint Vincent
The Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy of Saint Vincent of Satu Mare was established in 1842 by Bishop János Hám in the city of Satu Mare (at that time part of the Austrian-Hungry Empire; today, Romania)
On February 28, thousands of members of the Vincentian Family followed the Lenten prayer live on social media.We invite you to relive this encounter of hope.
Pedro Azcárcate, a lay Spanish missionary, arrived in Honduras in order to serve there for two years. He has now served in the Diocese of San Pedro Saul for eighteen years.
For members of the worldwide Vincentian Family, the practice of prayer, fasting, penance and almsgiving is something that should be lived throughout the year.