In Angola, where two out of three people rely on the informal economy for their livelihood, the impact of the coronavirus is not so much medical as it is economic.
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How does our Catholic faith and Vincentian charism call us to respond to the racism experienced by our African American brothers and sisters?
They were caring for those persons who had been infected with the Covid-19 virus, some of whom were in very critical condition.
The Congregation of the Mission, popularly known as the Vincentians, has received praise from church authorities and lay faithful for distributing groceries and giving spiritual direction to Manila’s poorest residents during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A very skilled film-maker has submitted a documentary on Pedro Opeka’s work in Madagascar.
Pope Francis named the current bishop of Juneau and apostolic administrator for Anchorage, Andrew E. Bellisario, CM as the new metropolitan archbishop of Anchorage-Juneau.
Sister Franca Edet, DC, who is a member of the Daughters of Charity United Nations Advisory Group, had the opportunity to visit the Daughters of Charity in Geneva and to visit the UN there.
At this time of great need and social distancing, many people extend their hands to provide necessary relief to those people who are suffering and in pain.
The Interfaith Community of Hope in Leavenworth, Kansas is working with the community and the Health Department to serve the homeless during the pandemic.
Members Young SVP programme in the South East of Ireland put together a beautiful musical video to drive home the message that young people are not alone.
Vincent Helps is our modest attempt to organize charity to ease a bit the sufferings of the most vulnerable.
An extraordinary discovery has been made in the Basilica of the Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Nicholas in Bolesławiec in Poland.