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famvinThe 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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Food Pantry meets needs one bag at a time

Food Pantry meets needs one bag at a time

You may not know Jerry—who’s 63-years-old with cancer—or Melissa, or James—who lost his mother and has mental health challenges—but they receive groceries at St. Vincent de Paul Louisville’s Food Pantry.

Prayer Visuals (I Kings: 19; Matthew: 14)

Prayer Visuals (I Kings: 19; Matthew: 14)

The Scriptures are filled with striking visuals for our lives of faith, and in particular for our lives of prayer. One is in chapter 19 of the Book of Kings, up on the mountain with the Prophet Elijah who is fleeing from the threats of Jezebel and her husband King...

Returning to the Sources

Returning to the Sources

“The up-to-date renewal of the religious life comprises both a constant return to the sources of the whole of the Christian life and to the primitive inspiration of the institutes, and their adaptation to the changed conditions of our time.” This verse from Vatican...

A Missionary’s Heart

A Missionary’s Heart

In the small village of Las Flores, Belize, poverty is prevalent and opportunities are scarce, and yet, it is a place of beauty, love and compassion. This is what Mark and Cindy Rhonemus have discovered.

Special: Conflict in the Ukraine

The Daughters of Charity Facing the War in Ukraine

The Daughters of Charity Facing the War in Ukraine

Source: Projets Rosalie, Emergency in Ukraine The war in Ukraine began in earnest in 2014 with a fratricidal struggle for the Donbass region. The situation in the country has been very difficult in recent years - war, industrial decline and the economic situation have...

DePaul International: Update on Ukraine (March 24)

DePaul International: Update on Ukraine (March 24)

A statement from Matthew Carter, Group CEO of Depaul International, on the current situation in Ukraine: “Depaul Ukraine is run entirely by local staff. We have supported our colleagues who want to evacuate, either to safer places in Ukraine, or other countries. Some...

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