Today we continue to be called to remain faithful to the same charism and mission as the former Sisters, but we are called to do this in the midst of the realities of today’s society.
Articles in Vincentian Family
As every year, I send you the activities of the CIF for the next year 2022. Within the CIF we work to spread Vincentian ethics and spirituality.
A new wing of the ‘Complexe Scolaire de la Charité’ was opened in Goma by the Superior General of the Brothers of Charity, Brother René Stockman.
The report of the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres on the priority theme shines a light on the global trends, persistent barriers and opportunities women face in their struggles for effective participation and decision-making in public life.
Interview with Sister M. Pavla Draganová, Superior General de la Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy of Saint Vincent
The Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy of Saint Vincent of Satu Mare was established in 1842 by Bishop János Hám in the city of Satu Mare (at that time part of the Austrian-Hungry Empire; today, Romania)
If we lose proof of who we are and the joys and sorrows of our lives, something very precious is gone.
Learning about the SDGs and understanding their significance is an important first step as together, creatively, we search for the most effective ways to advocate for these aspects of social justice.
On February 28, thousands of members of the Vincentian Family followed the Lenten prayer live on social media.We invite you to relive this encounter of hope.
I need to remember that while I can’t do everything, I must do something.
What enabled Vincent to keep his lamps lit in the face of tragedy? What can we learn from him?
Pope Francis, in “Envisioning and engendering an Open World,” presents a world where we move beyond the original fault of self-centeredness to recognizing the worth of every human person.
The 59th Session of the UN Commission for Social Development was held from February 8-17, 2021