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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Eucharist without borders

"Eucharist Without Borders: God's Welcoming Table and Comprehensive Immigration Reform" will explore the Catholic church's calling to promote just immigration policy reform. The title of this conference highlights the truth that the Christian church cannot celebrate...

Whatever became of Catherine Seton

Mother Catherine Seton R.S.M. (1800-1891) was the youngest daughter of Elizabeth Seton. Strange to say, she had no attraction for her venerated mother’s order, and when at length she decided on carrying out her religious vocation, she appealed to Archbishop Hughes to...

U.S. warns of worsening modern day slavery

The international fight against human trafficking and modern-day slavery is losing ground, the U.S. State Department said in a new report out Monday. The total number of countries that are not meeting international standards to stop human trafficking nearly doubled to...

Blessed Frassati – model for SVDP youth

Manny Sanchez writes... Monday, July 4, marks the Feast Day of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, a young member of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul early in the twentieth century in Italy. Blessed Pier joined the Society when he was seventeen years old, and remained an...

The mystery of Vincent’s knife!

John Rybolt, CM poses this question for Vincentian Researchers. "The knife pictured above is in the Vincentian Museum in the mother house in Paris. It consists of a wooden sheath, on the left, with the metal knife, on the right. The sheath has metal pieces fitted into...

An argument against too cool a church

Something to think about... I want a church that includes fussy kids, old liturgy, bad sound, weird congregants  and—brace yourself—painfully amateur “special music” now and then. Why? Well, for one thing, when the Gospel story is accompanied by a fog machine and...

Pope sends his first Twitter message

A picture is worth a thousand words... of encouragement for us to engage in social media. And the effort is paying off. In less that 24 hours he already has some 50,000 followers at @news_va_en. Benedict, has recognized the power of digital media throughout his papacy...

Young people are hungry for prayer…

Aidan Rooney points to this video as a practical introduction to the Liturgy of the Hours. It recaptures a 1600 year old tradition and  presents the necessity, urgency, and utility of praying the hours, with a demonstration of the Morning Prayer from Shane...

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