The Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the world is coordinated and lives in union of mission and objectives through the International General Council (CGI).
The life of St. Jeanne-Antide Thouret is an adventure marked by a passion: the service of the poor, the “suffering members of Jesus Christ,” and by an event: the French Revolution.
The Common Rules and the Constitutions of the Congregation of the Mission were printed in 1658 and Vincent distributed copies to the missionaries at an emotional ceremony on the 17th of May.
“Keep things that spark joy and get rid of the rest” is the mantra of people seeking to declutter their lives. What sparked joy in St. Vincent and St. Louise?
We support comprehensive immigration reform, forged from core Christian social beliefs that honor the dignity of every human being.