In Angola, where two out of three people rely on the informal economy for their livelihood, the impact of the coronavirus is not so much medical as it is economic.
Articles in Vincentian Lay Missionaries
Interview with Israel Peralta, the current president of MISEVI (Vincentian Lay Missionaries) in Spain.
Read about Delmy Ruth Lanza ministry in Bolivia, working tirelessly with children, young people and their families with disabilities.
The Vincentian priests of Valladolid, Spain welcomed the MISEVI (MIssionarios SEglares VIcencianos) International Team with their warm and very generous hospitality.
We sure are blessed peoples!! Here is a video from this summers goodness in Kitale!
Will you join me in the Kenyan Summer Challenge? Summer days are slipping away, and this fundraising effort is about halfway there.
Here’s a lovely invitation for people wishing to give a year of service in the Vincentian tradition. find out more and click all the links!
Since 2002 VLM Ireland missionaries have been making valuable contributions in education and community projects in various countries in Africa.
Each local missionary community develops its own communal commitments, and develops its own plan for life — in prayer, in witness, in evangelization.
"Missionaries going out to be and make disciples of Christ" was the motto that convened, encouraged and made reflect the participants of the Fifth International Assembly of Vincentian Lay Missionaries (MISEVI), held in the vincentian retreat house in Santa Marta de...
The association of Lay Vincentians Missionaries in Egypt known as MISEVI-EGYPTE officially held the first meeting on Friday, October 13 at Cairo, Al-Helmeya House of the Daughters of Charity. The meeting started with the mass service conducted by Father Milad Zakhary...
This past weekend Lay Missionaries celebrated their annual retreat in Chicago. They had a great weekend and all the former missionaries were in their prayers! Here is a link to the new VLM application, due March 1st, 2018. Please forward it on to anyone you think may...