Pandemics are nothing new in the history of humanity. They are unfortunately all too common: we have experienced several during the 21st century.
Articles in Society of St. Vincent de Paul
In Mozambique (Africa), apart from the health shock, the humanitarian crisis is a sad and bitter reality.
The Issue no 02/2020 of ‘Ozanam Network’ digital magazine, translated and edited by Council General International’s Communications Department, is now available.
Many Vincentians can study and know the foundations of the Social Doctrine of the Church when they participate in formation meetings.
We continue the series of posts to deepen our knowledge of the many Vincentian Branches with this interview of Renato Lima de Oliveira.
There is indeed a “second network of charity” within the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, which we do not always understand or appreciate.
Being Vincentian is much more than a volunteer: it is a vocation. It is a purpose in life.
Love is the primordial principle that impels us into the midst of this busy world.
Going to the poor, through the weekly home visit, is the main characteristic of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. But how should we go to the poor?
In addition to going to meet those who suffer, the Vincentians must welcome the poor.
According to the young man, Vincentian support has been fundamental to his recovery. “I feel that I am not alone in my struggle for Life.
Highlights of a very special meeting which was attended by over 120 young people from roughly 100 countries around the world.