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.
Children often ask me if me if I was born a ‘nun.’ I guess of all my sisters and brothers, I was perhaps the least likely candidate for that as we are growing up!
Enjoy the latest quarterly newsletter from the Daughters of Charity in the Province of Rosalie Rendu. July 2022
Jesus is the only one that his disciples need to know and speak of. From the cross, he proclaims that those who are his go through the crucible. They thus get to be just like him. “The crucible is for silver, and the furnace is for gold, but the one that tests...
Video based on an article by Alvaro Quevedo Patarroyo, C.M.: “Saint Vincent, Priest of Charity at the Service of the Poor: Caring for Spiritual and Temporal Needs.”
We are many decades into the phenomenon of shopping for “gated communities” of like-minded people. So many do not experience that they are welcome.
As part of Vincentian month, we welcome you to join us each week as Fr Mark Noonan CM brings us on a journey through Vincentian Spirituality over the next 4 weeks. This week we offer part 4 and last.
As we approach the feast of St. Vincent de Paul we can draw strength and be challenged by all that St. Vincent did. Many may not believe that one man could do all that Vincent did!
Education is a human right. Education is a common public good. Every child and young person have the right to go to school and learn.
Scripture Scholars tell us that the meaning behind the word “parable” is curve, as in throwing a curve.
Special: Conflict in the Ukraine
The Depaul Ukraine team hold regular food distributions where people can collect food baskets or meals from local volunteers.
On February 20, 2002, more than five months ago, the world watched in horror as Russia invaded the territory of Ukraine. Every day since then, we have witnessed countless acts of terror in an invasion that has been almost unanimously rejected by the international community.
THE VINCENTIAN CONFRATERNITIES united in the love of God to defend rights and justice, to practice loyalty and humility before God (cf. Mi 6:8) and committed to their Vincentian spirituality…
Many people in Ukraine still lack basic necessities such as food and water. We continue to increase our humanitarian response.
We are receiving funding from the Disaster and Emergency Committee’s (DEC) very successful Ukraine appeal. The DEC has produced a short video documenting the work of DePaul's amazing volunteer cyclists. Our volunteers used to deliver food for companies like Uber, now...
We have received this wonderful information from the Community of the Daughters of Charity in San Salvario in Turin. They wish to share with the worldwide Vincentian Family their lived experience of hospitality as they welcomed Ukrainian refugees. In 2022 a new era...
The Vincentian Family Prays for Peace and Joins in the Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Heart of Mary
On Friday, March 25, during the celebration of Reconciliation that he will preside over at 5:00 p.m. in St. Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
United with Pope Francis and with men and women of good will throughout the world, we, as a Vincentian Family, lift our minds and hearts in prayer for peace in Ukraine.
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