The Vietnamese Province of the Congregation for the Mission continues to reap the fruits of its intense vocation ministry.
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St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M. (feast day: July 30) faced and overcame many challenges and hardships. His humility, goodness, and charity inspired vocations to the priesthood and converted many others in 19th century Abyssinia.
They sailed to Baltimore, MD, primarily to establish a seminary in the Louisiana territory.
A very skilled film-maker has submitted a documentary on Pedro Opeka’s work in Madagascar.
During this time of the pandemic the question arises: how can we best be neighbor to others?
A presentation telling the story of the first establishment of the Congregation of the Mission by St. Vincent de Paul and its founding patroness, Madame de Gondi.
Jean-Marie Odin, CM leaves a great legacy in the history of the Congregation of the Mission. He became one of America’s most renowned Catholic frontier missionaries.
Story of the “Song on the Scaffold” of Blessed Pierre René Rogue, C.M., martyr of the French Revolution.
A new podcast series to fuel your prayer – The God Minute
For the sake of the country poor, St. Vincent de Paul founded the Congregation of the Mission to preach and educate the people.
This Saturday we celebrate the anniversary of the Foundation of the Congregation of the Mission by St. Vincent de Paul. The mission continues… in these videos, Vincentian Priests and Brothers of the U.S.A. describe in their own words who they are, and what they are called to do.
How the Congregation of the Mission responded to the needs of early U.S. settlers.