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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.

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Know our Vincentian Family Tree?

VinFormation provides an interactive graphic based on the work of Sr. Betty Ann McNeil, DC which traces in exact detail the roots of the entire Vincentian Family worldwide. The Family Tree Project shows that ninety-nine founders designated Vincent de Paul as patron of...

Seton Awards from Cincinnati Srs. of Charity

The Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati awarded the congregation’s highest honor, the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Award, to Elizabeth Bookser Barkley, MSgt. John J. DeJonckheere, USAF (Ret.) and David Scharfenberger. The awards were bestowed Sunday, Jan. 2 in the Immaculate...

Green Pope acts on environmental pollution

Few have noticed that Pope Benedict's creation of a new in-house  financial watchdog also includes criminalization of environmental pollution. In article 18, the new law establishes a penalty of up to six months imprisonment and a fine of $3,500 to $35,000 for anyone...

Vincentian Family challenged to "Change the Game"

Vincentian Family challenged to "Change the Game"

In a short video “Change the Game” Aidan Rooney CM visually captures the challenge to the Vincentian Family focus on Systemic Change. Read more for insights into what it means to change systems visit the VinFormation page for links to the presentations made at a recent workshop focused on “training the trainers” for systemic change in the Vincentian tradition.

Vincentian Family challenged to "Change the Game"

Vincentian Family challenged to “Change the Game”

In a short video “Change the Game” Aidan Rooney CM visually captures the challenge to the Vincentian Family focus on Systemic Change. Read more for insights into what it means to change systems visit the VinFormation page for links to the presentations made at a recent workshop focused on “training the trainers” for systemic change in the Vincentian tradition.

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