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NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme

NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme

NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme and addresses the question of why  the idea of entering religious life seems relevant to young Catholic women. When Tracy Kemme first got the calling, at age 22, she had an active social life, an internship in Ecuador, and...

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Daughters of Charity Working with Learning Disabled

Daughters of Charity in Great Britan working with people with learning disabilities have a web site explaining their work. SPRED is a network of groups set up to help people with learning disabilities to become integrated into their parish liturgy and community...

''People of the Scarred Coin''

Fr. Tom McKenna challenges the present day followers of Vincent to create future generations of "People of the Scarred Coin." To achieve this ideal, especially in the present times, we must continually practice, personally and institutionally, the favorite virtue of...

New edition of Ozanews

April 2002 Edition of Ozanews, 45% of Vincentian World speaks Portuguese.Contains features on Formation and Spirituality, Development and Solidarity, News from the Councils. Of interest ... The international president José Ramón Díaz - Torremocha, through Confrere...

Special issue of Ozanews – Women

Special issue devoted to women in the church, world and the Vincentian Family.This special issue covers issues such as The Woman and the Church The Woman and the Church The Woman and the World Violence against the Woman  The Woman and the Society of Saint Vincent de...

Graphics of Key Places in Vincentian History

Tim Williams, CM has begun a "Heritage Page" with graphics of various place in VIncentian History.Vincent de Paul was born in 1581 at Ranquine, a hamlet near the village of  Pouy (now known as St Vincent de Paul), a few kilometres from Dax in the south-west of France....

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NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme

NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme

NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme and addresses the question of why  the idea of entering religious life seems relevant to young Catholic women. When Tracy Kemme first got the calling, at age 22, she had an active social life, an internship in Ecuador, and...

Daughters of Charity Working with Learning Disabled

Daughters of Charity in Great Britan working with people with learning disabilities have a web site explaining their work. SPRED is a network of groups set up to help people with learning disabilities to become integrated into their parish liturgy and community...

''People of the Scarred Coin''

Fr. Tom McKenna challenges the present day followers of Vincent to create future generations of "People of the Scarred Coin." To achieve this ideal, especially in the present times, we must continually practice, personally and institutionally, the favorite virtue of...

New edition of Ozanews

April 2002 Edition of Ozanews, 45% of Vincentian World speaks Portuguese.Contains features on Formation and Spirituality, Development and Solidarity, News from the Councils. Of interest ... The international president José Ramón Díaz - Torremocha, through Confrere...

Special issue of Ozanews – Women

Special issue devoted to women in the church, world and the Vincentian Family.This special issue covers issues such as The Woman and the Church The Woman and the Church The Woman and the World Violence against the Woman  The Woman and the Society of Saint Vincent de...

Graphics of Key Places in Vincentian History

Tim Williams, CM has begun a "Heritage Page" with graphics of various place in VIncentian History.Vincent de Paul was born in 1581 at Ranquine, a hamlet near the village of  Pouy (now known as St Vincent de Paul), a few kilometres from Dax in the south-west of France....

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