he Matthew 25 Program is an activity of the Catholic Church in which she maintains her Christian-Catholic identity while offering support to those who are most poor and/or abandoned.
During his next apostolic visit to Africa, Pope Francis will visit a reality that was born from and is rooted in Vincentian spirituality: the city of Akamasoa (the city of Good Friends).
Candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize, the Argentine Vincentian has involved the Malagasy in the transformation of a landfill into a city with 4,000 houses.
We present the extraordinary work of Father Émeric Aymot d’Inville who is responsible for the work of Foyer Tanjomoha, a Home for Life, especially for the disabled.
Pope Francis is less than a month away from starting his trip to Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius, in Africa.
From May 1-7, 2018, Mark McGreevy and I, Anja Bohnsack, went to visit Madagascar to meet and learn from Fr. Pedro Opeka. Over the past three decades he has created Akamasoa-- a project aimed at supporting people living in slums by providing them with the tools,...
The question that built a city! “Do you love your children?” When he received an affirmative response, he said: “Let’s work together, give them a future.”
Taking advantage of his visit to Rome in 2018, the journalist Elena Grazini had the opportunity to ask some questions to Father Pedro Opeka, missionary of the Congregation of the Mission in Madagascar: 1- Father Pedro what does it mean today to live in Akamasoa? How...
Pope Francis is now just over a month away from starting his trip to Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius, in Africa. This trip is also significant for the Vincentian Family, as the Holy Father will visit, on September 8, the Vincentian work "the city of Good Friends"...