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Sister Dorothy Moore, CSM, received an Honorary Doctorate from St. Francis Xavier University

Sister Dorothy Moore, CSM, received an Honorary Doctorate from St. Francis Xavier University at the Spring Convocation ceremony on May 5th, 2024.

The Rosalie Projects: Coffee Break

The “Coffee Break” project at Saint Merri parish provides a welcome and a daily breakfast to vulnerable people.

The Mission of the Vincentian Family in Ukraine: Hope and Resilience in a Time of War

In Ukraine, we are living through the third year of war. During the first year, people experienced a desire to help, and the confidence that the conflict would soon end. However, as time has passed, the situation has changed: now a terrifying insecurity creeps into our daily lives, constantly accompanying us.

A Mother and Daughter Start a new Life at St. Vincent in Louisville (USA)

Despite facing a marital separation, eviction, double kidney failure, job loss, and the pandemic, Demishia and her daughter Kira found stability and hope through St. Vincent de Paul’s supportive housing and community services.

Twenty Years in the Making

Twenty Years in the Making

Michelle Neuhauser had no idea who she had become. Drugs affected her appearance in drastic ways. “It was like I was dead inside, and I didn’t really care what happened to me because I had let everyone down. When I looked in the mirror, I didn’t even recognize myself...

Julian’s Journey

Julian’s Journey

Julian, a child with multiple disabilities, including autism and visual challenges, faced significant obstacles upon entering the Asha Deepam Special School in Crawford, Trichy, five years ago. At that time, he could not recognize his mother’s face and relied on...

An overview of homelessness and human trafficking in Dublin

An overview of homelessness and human trafficking in Dublin

In 2017, The Passage - a Vincentian NGO based in the United Kingdom - carried out a study to explore the links between homelessness and human trafficking in England. This research found that people experiencing homelessness were vulnerable to being trafficked, and...

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