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The month of September carries profound significance both for the people of Belize and for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, especially as we celebrate our 48th year of presence in Belize, aligning with the country’s 42nd year of Independence.
The International Council General (CGI) of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is in contact with our brothers and sisters in Israel and Palestine who are suffering from terrorism and devastation.
Fr. Rooney reveals the way Vincent prayed, through Vincent’s own words.
Vincentian Youth and Young adults update us on the National Assembly held in St. Louis, MO.
Frederic, while pursuing his studies of Law and Letters at the University of Paris, was almost always short of money. In several letters to his parents (not all, but many) he gives them account of his impoverished economy. He could have to buy a new pair of trousers...
"We should follow, as far as possible, all the gospel teaching already mentioned, since it is so holy and very practical. But some of it, in fact, has more application to us, particularly when it emphasizes simplicity, humility, gentleness, mortification, and zeal for...
From the introduction to an article by Fr. Emeric Amyot d'Inville, C.M.: "I would now like to offer you a reflection about the way that St. Vincent focused on the social and ecclesial reality surrounding him. Because, as a result of this very focused look... [he]...
Nobody could make (fill in your favorite meal )… at least not like she did. There was something special about it. You can still almost taste it.
How do you further conversations with people who have different starting points and live in other categories than your own?
Special: Conflict in the Ukraine
After words of welcome, Fr. Vitaliy spoke about the founding of Depaul in Kharkiv in 2006 and its journey to becoming a lifeline for the country’s homeless ever since.
Russia’s war on Ukraine has brought so much pain and suffering. It has resulted in a humanitarian crisis which will only get worse as winter approaches.
Why didn’t the United Nations prevent the war in Ukraine? Isn’t it supposed to keep the peace?
Last week I had the pleasure of meeting with Father Vitaliy Novak, the Chair of Depaul Ukraine. Father Vitaliy has been leading our humanitarian response in Ukraine
With a twofold mission, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Bilbao (Spain) coordinates a new humanitarian convoy to Ukraine
A little more than a month ago we informed you about an initiative to assist the people in Ukraine, an initiative led by the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Bilbao (Spain): a that time a humanitarian convoy consisting of six vans transported food and other...
Depaul International has enlisted the help of former takeaway cyclists to deliver food to villages outside Ukraine’s big cities to help people in need.
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