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.
Suppose that you served on the committee that debated the choice of the week to honor St. Joseph. What day would you pick?
The quick answer is… find a pair of rose-colored glasses.
Jesus is the answer in full that the Father gives to our prayers. And we poor people ask him to give us this day our daily loaves of bread. Jesus draws many people due to the signs he has performed for the sick. But he seems to draw more people after going up on the...
Vincent’s inner experience of the divine… what was its texture, shape, and direction?
Well as you all know the pandemic has giving us what I call a “migrating experience.” Some of us have had to move from our workspaces to home spaces and create a job atmosphere.
The Vincentian Family calls out to those individuals throughout the world who share the spirituality of Saint Vincent de Paul to unite in this global experience on the occasion of a virtual meeting scheduled for September 16 and 17, with the theme: To pray, dream and collaborate in service on behalf of those who are poor.
"The originality of his version of Christianity is [a] reason that makes Saint Vincent de Paul one of the great saints in history." - José María Román, C.M. ...
The Vincentian Family in Ecuador is a great example of Vincentian collaboration, with 9 branches working together to serve the poorest of the poor.
From AIC International When the “Tsiry” (“seeds” in Malagasy) literacy project started in autumn 2010 with the training of teachers, nobody had any idea how long-term, successful, and sustainable the programme would be. Since 2011, 5509 adults and 2180 children,...
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To all the members of the Vincentian Family in the world, and especially to our brothers and sisters in Venezuela, we express our concern and our solidarity in the face of the dramatic situation Venezuelans are experiencing in their country.
In this year’s Lenten letter, Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, CM, invites us to reflect on the Spiritual Direction, the Sacrament of Reconciliation and Faith Sharing.
We all want to know what is happening in the Vincentian Family all over the world! .famvin is here to inform you about the different initiatives that our Family is undertaking all over the world...and it is very easy to make known what you and your companions are...