Studies have shown that it is women and girls who are disproportionately affected by climate change.
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The Vincentian Family Prays for Peace and Joins in the Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Heart of Mary
On Friday, March 25, during the celebration of Reconciliation that he will preside over at 5:00 p.m. in St. Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Climate change impacts homeless women and girls even more profoundly as entrenched gender inequalities increase their risks.
Nearly 1 in 3 women have been abused in their lifetime. In times of crises, the numbers rise, as seen during the COVID-19 pandemic and recent humanitarian crises, conflicts and climate disasters.
Since January 2021, the “13 houses project” has been consolidated and, to a large extent, has been able to achieve its main objectives, namely, provide autonomy to the people housed in the homes we manage.
I recently participated in a panel discussion, part of a Business Ethics Conference sponsored by DePaul University, on religious charisms and the Common Good, with Dominican & Jesuit colleagues.
Rome, Advent 2021 THE SICK AND THE ELDERLY STRONG BUILDERS OF A BRIGHT AND HOPE-FILLED FUTURE Dear members of the Vincentian Family, May the grace and peace of Jesus be always with us! Every year, the Church offers us the gift of the grace-filled period called...
COP26 climate summit was considered as the last hope for the world to take more ambitious and bold climate pledges to reduce global warming to 1.5 degree Celsius.
Interview of Sister Lebia Mukasensiyo, Superior General of the sisters of Saint Vincent de Paul, Lendelede
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.
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.
Member States themselves identified 12 areas of action that can only be addressed through greater multilateralism.