The Immaculate Conception: Vincentian Perspectives

The presence of Mary is abundant, clear and solid in the experience of St. Louise and St. Vincent.

Sister Paola N. at Synod 2023

We had the opportunity to interview Sister Paola N. at the end of the Synod work of the First Session of the Synod, October 4-29, 2023.

Interview with Jorge Luis Rodríguez, CM, missionary in Angola

In 2018 we launched the 1% Campaign, which aimed to motivate the participation in international missions and missions in general, of 30 confreres.

‘A Universal Language’

Sisters and staff of Nazareth met with representatives from Louisville-based LouCity & Racing Foundation and the Hamida Nadim Memorial Fund to explore possible future collaboration with the mission of uplifting youth and families in Louisville.

Stitching Together a Future for Girls in Rural Bihar (India)

Stitching Together a Future for Girls in Rural Bihar (India)

Just 40 kilometers from the hustle and bustle of Patna, on the tranquil banks of the Ganges River, there exists a seemingly unremarkable village. However, a closer look reveals a remarkable story of transformation brought about by Sister Sangeeta Bara and the Sisters...

Young Irish Vincentians off to World Youth Day

Young Irish Vincentians off to World Youth Day

Last week, 26 young people from three Vincentian Schools, St. Paul’s Raheny, St. Mary’s Holy Faith Glasnevin and Holy Faith School Clontarf gathered in St. Peter’s church in Phibsborough, home of the Vincentian Family for a meeting to send them out to World Youth Day...

“Rosalie Projects”: When will you be back?

“Rosalie Projects”: When will you be back?

While traveling through the communities around Eleme (Nigeria) to provide medical assistance to those in need, the Daughters of Charity came across a large number of people suffering from severe mental disorders, wandering the streets and/or exposed to inhumane treatment.

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