Articles in Formation

Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Associates: A 50 Year History 1972-2022 (Part 06)

Throughout the more than 200 year history of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth (SCN), friends from the broader community have walked beside the Sisters in their call to follow the charism of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac. From the earliest days, these partners have been integral to the SCN mission.

Mother Seton’s ‘Certain Hope’ in Mary, Assumed Into Heaven

The Church teaches that Mary’s Assumption anticipates the resurrection and is a sign of hope and comfort for us all. In her life, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton continually relied on this certain hope, in the sure knowledge of Mary’s presence in eternity, body and soul.

Vincentian Family Office Informational Video

The International Vincentian Family Office, responding to the requests of the Executive Committee, coordinates activities, provides information and offers formation experiences on the legacy and charism of St. Vincent de Paul to the various branches of the Vincentian Family around the world.

How St. Louise Revitalized and Organized the Confraternities of Charity

As we approach the 405th anniversary of the foundation of the first Confraternity of Charity (today the AIC) on August 23, let us learn from the example of St. Louise de Marillac, who was sent by St. Vincent de Paul to visit the Confraternities beginning in 1629....

Falling back and springing forward

Fourth Sunday of Lent (B), March 15, 2015 – 2 Chon 36, 14-16. 19-23; Eph 2, 4-10; Jn 3, 14-21 By grace you have been saved through faith (Eph 2, 8) Jesus crucified bears out that where sin increases, grace overflows all the more. Salvation history is, in summary, the...

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