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Update on tragedy in Nigeria

Update on tragedy in Nigeria

Fr. Joachin U. Nwaorgu, CM  Provincial Secretary writes.. While we mourn the death of the other six brothers, we still remain thankful to God that the injured are doing well. So  far six of them have been discharged from the hospital while the other five yet to be...

Francis: God is Love

Francis: God is Love

Pope Francis addressed the participants of a conference to mark the 10th anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s first encyclical ‘Deus Caritas Est.’ The conference was on the theme ‘Love will never end’ and was held in the Vatican, Feb. 25-26. Since the charity of Christ...

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VIncentians Push Social Justice

Five members of the San Mateo District Council served as a VOICE OF THE POOR at a recent Catholic Lobby Day in California. This link http://www.voiceofthepoor.org/news.htm leads to a pdf document descrbing the day.

Largest Province of the CM celebrates 350th anniversary

On May 1, Janusz Zwolinski, C.M. (Congo) and Gregory Semeniuk, C.M. (USA Eastern) presented to the General Council their report of the canonical visitation of the Province of Poland. Last year marked the 350th anniversary of Vincentian presence in Poland. With more...

Central American Meeting for Spiritual Advisors

Fosuc on role of spiritual advisors of the Vincentian Family From April 12-14, the spiritual advisors of the Vincentian Family in Central America met in the house of the Daughters of Charity in San Salvador to reflect on the role of the spiritual advisor, the...

Alarming situation for Family in Madagascar

The Visitor of Madagascar has sent us some alarming news of the social and political situation in that country. There is no civil war but uprisings, clashes, abductions, dynamiting of public edifices, practices like that of terrorists and extremists take place almost...

''Let us go to the Poor'' – SVDP

National Annual General Assembly for the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, to be held in Toronto from June 26 to June 30, 2002.The workshops topics include: - Screening and Formation - Residential Programs: Response to the Homeless - Addiction Recovery Homes - Beyond...

Sisters of Charity Water Project – El Salvador

Update -- From Sister Peggy O’Neill, SC Greetings from the Community of El Sitio Cenicero! It is a long time since the last week of ADVENT and I must tell you we have lived so much since then that the preparation of the water source for the clinic had to wait until we...

Seton Award Winners Announced

HALIFAX, NS—The Sisters of Charity are pleased to announce the winners of the 2002 Elizabeth Ann Seton Award. Two awardees have been selected, reflecting a change in award criteria to include couples and organizations. Our award recipients this year are Drs. Thomas...

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Update on tragedy in Nigeria

Update on tragedy in Nigeria

Fr. Joachin U. Nwaorgu, CM  Provincial Secretary writes.. While we mourn the death of the other six brothers, we still remain thankful to God that the injured are doing well. So  far six of them have been discharged from the hospital while the other five yet to be...

Francis: God is Love

Francis: God is Love

Pope Francis addressed the participants of a conference to mark the 10th anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s first encyclical ‘Deus Caritas Est.’ The conference was on the theme ‘Love will never end’ and was held in the Vatican, Feb. 25-26. Since the charity of Christ...

VIncentians Push Social Justice

Five members of the San Mateo District Council served as a VOICE OF THE POOR at a recent Catholic Lobby Day in California. This link http://www.voiceofthepoor.org/news.htm leads to a pdf document descrbing the day.

Largest Province of the CM celebrates 350th anniversary

On May 1, Janusz Zwolinski, C.M. (Congo) and Gregory Semeniuk, C.M. (USA Eastern) presented to the General Council their report of the canonical visitation of the Province of Poland. Last year marked the 350th anniversary of Vincentian presence in Poland. With more...

Central American Meeting for Spiritual Advisors

Fosuc on role of spiritual advisors of the Vincentian Family From April 12-14, the spiritual advisors of the Vincentian Family in Central America met in the house of the Daughters of Charity in San Salvador to reflect on the role of the spiritual advisor, the...

Alarming situation for Family in Madagascar

The Visitor of Madagascar has sent us some alarming news of the social and political situation in that country. There is no civil war but uprisings, clashes, abductions, dynamiting of public edifices, practices like that of terrorists and extremists take place almost...

''Let us go to the Poor'' – SVDP

National Annual General Assembly for the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, to be held in Toronto from June 26 to June 30, 2002.The workshops topics include: - Screening and Formation - Residential Programs: Response to the Homeless - Addiction Recovery Homes - Beyond...

Sisters of Charity Water Project – El Salvador

Update -- From Sister Peggy O’Neill, SC Greetings from the Community of El Sitio Cenicero! It is a long time since the last week of ADVENT and I must tell you we have lived so much since then that the preparation of the water source for the clinic had to wait until we...

Seton Award Winners Announced

HALIFAX, NS—The Sisters of Charity are pleased to announce the winners of the 2002 Elizabeth Ann Seton Award. Two awardees have been selected, reflecting a change in award criteria to include couples and organizations. Our award recipients this year are Drs. Thomas...

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