Following the adoption of the Agreed Conclusions by the Commission many Member States made statements which included the phrase ‘historic’ describing the content of this response to the priority theme.
Articles in Vincentian Family
Beginning Sunday, June 5, a Pentecost prayer specially prepared for the Vincentian Family will be available on the famvin YouTube channel.
Interview of Leidy Johanna Artunduaga, leader of the Vincentian Foundation “Louise de Marillac” (Colombia)
The moral and Christian formation of its members and, in light of the Gospel, service on behalf of the poor, especially the elderly is the FUNDAMENTAL BASE of the foundation.
The Working Group to End Homelessness (WGEH) is committed to advocating at the United Nations for the alleviation and eventual elimination of homelessness.
On Ash Wednesday we were basically told two things
United with Pope Francis and with men and women of good will throughout the world, we, as a Vincentian Family, lift our minds and hearts in prayer for peace in Ukraine.
St. Vincent was painfully aware of the dire situations he faced and the rich nuances of Vincent’s response. What can we learn from Vincent and Pope Francis’ responses?
Thinking about all 17 Sustainable Development Goals, the UN’s ambitious 2030 Agenda for People, the Planet and Prosperity, is exhausting.
Interview with Sister Kristina Rihar, Superior General of the Sisters of Mary of the Miraculous Medal
The beginnings of our Congregation date back to the mid-19th century: the day of its foundation is July 16, 1878.
Here’s a curious fact. Homelessness is entirely absent from the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their 169 sub-targets
Establishing a common language and conceptual framework related to homelessness is an important step to addressing homelessness at the international level.
We are the Eucharistic Sisters, a religious congregation of the Byzantine-Slavic rite and we are happy to be part of the great Vincentian Family.