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DC Health Care Ministry in Nashville, Tenn.

"The Daughters of Charity health ministry (in Nashville) advances and strengthens the healing Mission of the Catholic Church through ideas, influence and actions. We will be faithful to the tradition of service established by St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de...

Sisters in Peru safe after earthquake

The Sisters of Charity - Halifax serving in Peru have reported they are uninjured after Saturday's earthquake off the coast of Peru. The three Sisters living in Ilo, in southern Peru, spent the night out of doors as did most people in the area. Their house sustained...

Fr. Dirvin's book on Catherine Laboure on-line

The entire text of Fr. Joseph Dirvin's classic book on Catherine Laboure is available on the EWTN website.It includes the 1958 forward by Fr. Joseph Skelly, CM http://www.ewtn.com/library/MARY/CATLABOU.htm For more Marian Resources visit the site of the Central...

New CM Provincial in Australia, Fiji and Rotuma

On the fourth day of the now completed Provincial Assembly of the CM in Australia-Fiji-Rotuma Fr. G. Cooney was elected ProvincialFor photos and reports of each of the five days visit. http://www.vincentians.org.au/vinfeat.htm DAY FOUR   "The Fourth Day of the...

Vincentian Anti-Racism Project

An initiative of the Racism Committee of the Eastern Province of the Congregation of the Mission Projects -- Men of Color gatherings for reflection -- Whites Working Against Racism Workshops -- Review of Local Community environments -- Review of Theological and...

Taking the Net to South Africa's Poor

Slow but optimistic growth of internet among South Africa's poorInternet cafes provide many people in developing nations with their first experience of Web and e-mail. In South Africa, Mkululi Bolo walked away from a journalism career to set up an Internet café in his...

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DC Health Care Ministry in Nashville, Tenn.

"The Daughters of Charity health ministry (in Nashville) advances and strengthens the healing Mission of the Catholic Church through ideas, influence and actions. We will be faithful to the tradition of service established by St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de...

Sisters in Peru safe after earthquake

The Sisters of Charity - Halifax serving in Peru have reported they are uninjured after Saturday's earthquake off the coast of Peru. The three Sisters living in Ilo, in southern Peru, spent the night out of doors as did most people in the area. Their house sustained...

Fr. Dirvin's book on Catherine Laboure on-line

The entire text of Fr. Joseph Dirvin's classic book on Catherine Laboure is available on the EWTN website.It includes the 1958 forward by Fr. Joseph Skelly, CM http://www.ewtn.com/library/MARY/CATLABOU.htm For more Marian Resources visit the site of the Central...

New CM Provincial in Australia, Fiji and Rotuma

On the fourth day of the now completed Provincial Assembly of the CM in Australia-Fiji-Rotuma Fr. G. Cooney was elected ProvincialFor photos and reports of each of the five days visit. http://www.vincentians.org.au/vinfeat.htm DAY FOUR   "The Fourth Day of the...

Vincentian Anti-Racism Project

An initiative of the Racism Committee of the Eastern Province of the Congregation of the Mission Projects -- Men of Color gatherings for reflection -- Whites Working Against Racism Workshops -- Review of Local Community environments -- Review of Theological and...

Taking the Net to South Africa's Poor

Slow but optimistic growth of internet among South Africa's poorInternet cafes provide many people in developing nations with their first experience of Web and e-mail. In South Africa, Mkululi Bolo walked away from a journalism career to set up an Internet café in his...

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