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August 22, 1617: The Journey of the AIC Begins

It was in Châtillon-les-Dombes, a small French village, that St. Vincent created on August 22, 1617 the first of the “Confraternities,” later called “Charities.” This was the nucleus from which stemmed the AIC (known in the United States as Ladies of Charity). Watch...

Rehabilitation with Love

“In this life, we cannot always do great things, but we can do small things with great love.” - Mother Theresa VLM’s moto is to “do one thing, do something.” Ethiopia has previously been stereotyped as a country that has had many problems. Although there may be some...

Vincent Could Tell a Good Story

J. Patrick Murphy, CM writes of Mr. Vincent that he had a feisty temper, was a good mimic, could tell a good story, and was charming to women. He proposes the following Lesson "Know your gifts, strengths and limits - then leverage them." On March 28, 1659, a year and...

A Male-Only Society in its Beginnings #AnecdotesVF

In times of Frédéric Ozanam, women were virtually absent from the university. That is why, having emerged the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in the vicinity of the Parisian university, in its early days women did not participate in it. The first female Society of...

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