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The following video examines six elements that help spiritually form the members of the Society of St. Vincent de...
On Sunday, August 22, 2021, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul will be celebrating the 24th anniversary of the beatification of Antoine-Frédéric Ozanam
The SSVP, together with the Daughters of Charity and the entire Vincentian Family, are supporting their neighbours in Haiti from the outset with aid for basic needs.
Second annual celebration of Amélie Ozanam’s Birth This is the second year that the International Society of St. Vincent de Paul celebrates Women’s Day, on the 200th anniversary of the birthday of Amélie Ozanam (wife of founder Frederic Ozanam). This day is celebrated...
Vinny’s Lockers provides secure space for people in Dane County, Wisconsin who are experiencing homelessness to store their personal belongings.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County, Oregon, USA endured last month's record breaking heatwave with a broken refrigerator and without air conditioning. Now, their Homeless Services are preparing for future emergencies. According to NPR (klcc.org): Director...
The following video discusses key attributes of Vincentian spirituality, particularly for conference members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. https://youtu.be/YuxS1ds4oPg?t=142 Deacon Jeff Montgomery serves as the Spiritual Advisor for the St. Vincent de Paul...
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Italy and 38 Other Associations Condemn the Possession of Nuclear Weapons
Nuclear weapons are weapons of mass destruction, therefore, as such, ethically unacceptable, as Pope Francis also recalled during his apostolic journey to Japan.
This year, the theme of the SSVP’s International Youth Day is “Young Vincentians celebrating the joy of service through social friendship,” inspired by Pope Francis’ encyclical letter Fratelli Tutti.
Crónicas vicentinas 5 (The Vincentian Chronicles 5), written by brother Renato Lima de Oliveira, has just been published. The fifth book of this series is only available in Portuguese.
The Society of St Vincent de Paul in Honduras is battling the natural disasters that have hit the country in recent months.