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Share your thoughts on a weekly image of artwork made by members of the Vincentian Family.
August has been filled with excitement, curiosity, community, and Vincentians! We are so excited for the 2023/2024 Colorado Vincentian Volunteers (CVV) group.
Fr. Rooney talks about St. Vincent de Paul during the month of September, also known as “Vincentian Month”.
Immerse yourself in the inspiring story of one of America’s saints at the new Seton Shrine Museum and Visitor Center.
The Origin of the Vincentian Charism in the Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul • A Weekly reflection with Vincent
"On the day of the conversion of St. Paul, who is the 25th, this lady asked me —said Father Vincent— "to have a sermon in the church of Folleville to exhort its inhabitants to the general confession. So I did. I preached them on its importance and usefulness, and then...
From the Conferences of History (a weekly meeting of young students at Mr. Bailly's), a group of six young people, under the protection of Emmanuel Bailly*, decides to take action to help the poor. At the end of one of their first meetings, the question of naming the...
In this presentation, Fr. John P. Prager, C.M. points out a few elements for understanding the Christ of St. Vincent.
Have you ever thought of interruptions as being the story of Jesus life? Let’s explore Jesus’ interruptions and what they can teach us.
At the end of 2018, The Vincentian Family started to work on the Welcome Home Project to provide safe housing for 32 displaced families in Parramos, Chimaltenango.
Special: Conflict in the Ukraine
February 24th was supposed to be like any other day. Then suddenly, for millions of Ukrainians, their world collapsed. “February 24th is a date I will remember for the rest of my life. You don’t know what to do except to run.” For 17 years, Depaul has been a lifeline...
“The playgrounds here are empty”: Ukrainians fear long term impact on children’s mental health after one year of war
For the past year, people in Ukraine have lived with bombings and missile attacks which have displaced millions, injured and killed thousands and left some too afraid to leave their bomb shelters.
Just 48 hours before the horrendous missile attacks which rocked Ukraine on October 10th, I lit a candle and prayed for the people of Ukraine in Kyiv’s iconic gold domed church of St Michael.
Fr. Vitaliy, a missionary of the Congregation of the Mission in Ukraine, is also president of the Board of Depaul Ukraine, an organization that is part of the worldwide Vincentian Family, which is doing important work helping those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The General Council International of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul (SSVP) signed a collaboration agreement with Depaul International, donating 10,000 euros per month for a minimum of twelve months.
After words of welcome, Fr. Vitaliy spoke about the founding of Depaul in Kharkiv in 2006 and its journey to becoming a lifeline for the country’s homeless ever since.
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.
vinflix.net is born today as a new website of the Vincentian Family that is intended to facilitate sharing videos (both short and feature-length) that creatively explore the Vincentian call to globalize charity. In continuity with what was experienced during the...