At the request of the Prefecture and in partnership with the Red Cross, the “Œuvre du Berceau de Saint Vincent de Paul” welcomed Ukrainians displaced by war and has been doing so since March 19.
Conflict in Ukraine
Today, the Russian military operation that culminated with the invasion of Ukraine reaches its 100th day.
Daughters of Charity in war zones in Ukraine send an Easter message.
S letter of Father Jan Trzop, C.M, the former Provincial of the Vice-Province of St. Cyril and Methodius, who has been working in Ukraine for many years, in which he describes the current situation in all the Vincentian communities in Ukraine.
We didn’t think that we would live to see this-time of war… but until the end people didn’t expect such an attack on Ukraine from many sides.
We are all shaken by the war that has just broken out in Ukraine. The news we are hearing since last Thursday fill us with great concern for the whole population, whose lives have suddenly been disrupted. We are in contact with Yana Krutsey, the AIC Ukraine President,...
United with Pope Francis and with men and women of good will throughout the world, we, as a Vincentian Family, lift our minds and hearts in prayer for peace in Ukraine.
I have written before of St. Vincent’s way of reading the bible by picturing himself in the scene he was reading about
The Vincentian Family of Portugal met online on the 27th of February to pray the rosary for peace. The initiative, organized by the Seminary of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentian Fathers and Brothers), brought together men and women from all the branches of...
On February 24th, the Vincentian Family published a Statement on the current situation which is sadly unfolding in Eastern Europe.
Statement from Matthew Carter, CEO of Depaul International on the current situation in Ukraine.
Dear Sisters and Brothers of our Vincentian Family National Council in the Ukraine, and all members of the Vincentian Family in Eastern Europe,