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.
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.
If I asked you, I suspect most, without having any further details, would say they would rather be in a banquet setting than a court of law.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) will sponsor its annual Friends of the Poor ® Walk/Run at 120 locations across the country this weekend.
Jesus is “God-with-us.” And that is why disciples should not cut off God and their neighbor from their lives. The man whose life is one of luxury and show is very rich: stylish clothes, lavish banquets. He is cut off, for sure, from the beggar; the two are worlds...
Special: Conflict in the Ukraine
The ongoing conflict in Ukraine has led to an intense movement of millions of refugees fleeing their country to safer destinations. Faced with the need to assist both the refugees in Poland and those wishing to move to Spain, the Council of Bilbao of the Society of...
Direct Aid from the International Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in the face of the War in Ukraine
The Commission for International Aid and Development (CIAD) has provided emergency donations to assist refugees and establish contact with Vincentians in the border areas with Ukraine in order to strengthen emergency aid. Since the outset of the war in Ukraine, Europe...
On February 24th, the Vincentian Family published a Statement on the current situation which is sadly unfolding in Eastern Europe.
Statement from Matthew Carter, CEO of Depaul International on the current situation in Ukraine.
Dear Sisters and Brothers of our Vincentian Family National Council in the Ukraine, and all members of the Vincentian Family in Eastern Europe,
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