The Vincentian Family is a movement made up of more than 160 institutions and some 4,000,000 people who follow Jesus Christ, serving the poor, as did St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de Marillac and many other believers who, over the last four centuries, have enriched the Vincentian charism.
On the level of the Worldwide Vincentian Family, what can we do to promote a reduction in food waste?
Fr. Rooney, in an Advent – Christmas video on the mystery of the Incarnation in Vincentian thought and practice, reflects on the spirituality that surrounded St. Vincent.
The Vincentian Family Homeless Alliance (FHA) decided to organise webinars to fulfill our goals of building global capacity and facilitating learning opportunities in the Vincentian Family.
The Ambo Lazarist Deaf School was opened in 2012 by the Vincentian Community, with the support of the Vincentian Lay Missionaries (VLM), Castleknock College, Misean Cara and Ethiopia Deaf Project.
Over 400 rehabilitated homes and 130 small businesses have built back their premises
Please enjoy the following Christmas presentation, featuring the words of former Superior General Fr. G. Gregory Gay, C.M.
It was a moment I think most of us dreaded. In the later stages of formation some 60 years ago I remember hearing the words “Mr. Freund please.”
I would like to examine the relationship between trauma, poverty and (systemic) racism over my next three articles. Part Three discusses (systemic) racism.
What the teacher had done was prepare him to see. She had given him a way to notice more of what was there.
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