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Thanks to your generous gifts, the FHA raised 118,236 USD. These donations will allow us to provide 100 emergency shelter kits and build 13 permanent typhoon resistant houses for families in need.
Daughters of Charity in war zones in Ukraine send an Easter message.
In this book, Brother René Stockman, approaches the figure of Peter Joseph Triest, founder of four congregations, from a narrative perspective.
Why didn’t the United Nations prevent the war in Ukraine? Isn’t it supposed to keep the peace?
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting with Father Vitaliy Novak, the Chair of Depaul Ukraine. Father Vitaliy has been leading our humanitarian response in Ukraine
With a twofold mission, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Bilbao (Spain) coordinates a new humanitarian convoy to Ukraine
A little more than a month ago we informed you about an initiative to assist the people in Ukraine, an initiative led by the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Bilbao (Spain): a that time a humanitarian convoy consisting of six vans transported food and other...
Daughters of Charity Services has launched a brand new podcast, taking you to the front line of Vincentian charities to explore how our 400+ year charism is still lived out today.
In recent times, new causes of beatification have begun for some of our missionaries who gave their lives in order to bear witness to their faith and to remain firm in their mission as apostles of Christ.
The commission in charge of the Popular Missions in the Vice-Province of Cameroon organized activities from April 18 to 24, 2022 in the diocese of Douala, in the territory of the parish of Our Lady of the Rosary.
Depaul International has enlisted the help of former takeaway cyclists to deliver food to villages outside Ukraine’s big cities to help people in need.
This formation meeting, hosted by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, is open to the entire Vincentian Family.