Triduum is important. It’s the center of the Church year and marks the center of our Vincentian lives too. Creativity needs time to re-center itself as well.
Early this week we were hit by the news, via a message from Sr. Françoise Petit , Superioress General of the Daughters...
We are pleased to announce that Fr. Emile Ghali, CM will join the Vincentian Family Office as a part time Assistant International Coordinator.
The Vincentian Family has launched the appeal “From our hearts to the heart of Lebanon” to support the work of Vincentians in Beirut.
As members of Vincentian Family, we do not want to nor should we remain impassive in the face of the discrimination that millions of people still suffer today.
In light of the pandemic caused by the coronavirus which has affected every country throughout the world, the worldwide Vincentian Family unites itself to the efforts of those individuals who have been mobilized to minimize the spread of this virus and ultimately, to...
The Vincentian Song Festival is on its way! We have already begun to receive songs. Yours is missing!
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago, Post Adoption Services is hosting a Homecoming Mass and Reception for adopted persons who were placed from St. Vincent’s Orphanage in Chicago.
The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, during their recently finished General Assembly, they published the following Public Statement.
Depaul France had the great honor of welcoming Fr Tomaž Mavrič, CM, last Tuesday, March 12.
To all the members of the Vincentian Family in the world, and especially to our brothers and sisters in Venezuela, we express our concern and our solidarity in the face of the dramatic situation Venezuelans are experiencing in their country.
People share stories of how they have encountered Christ. Join them on this journey of faith, and dive deeper into the heart of Christ this Lent!