Society of St. Vincent de Paul: Serving with Love and Creativity

Two videos illustrate just a few of the many ways that the St. Vincent de Paul Society is adapting with creativity to this year’s realities in different regions of the USA.

Mother Seton’s “Ecce Homo” Painting

This is a video interpretation of a painting gifted to Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton. The video was produced in partnership between the Seton Shrine and the Archives of the Daughters of Charity Province of St. Louise.

Artwork of Louis Janmot, friend of Frederic Ozanam

See and appreciate the artwork of Louis Janmot, friend of Frederic Ozanam.

Faces of Germantown

The new blog of the St. Vincent DePaul Young Adult Center is just a beautiful project to behold! The Young Adult Center is a nonprofit house that hosts service retreat groups from high schools and colleges that follow the Vincentian teachings. The blog was started by...
The Charity of Christ #famvin400

The Charity of Christ #famvin400

The charity of Christ urges me. A while ago, I wrote an editorial on women and the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the charism. After reading this article on .famvin about the role of women in the enfleshment of the charism of Charity some 400 years ago, two...

Art as Prophecy: A Man for Our Times

Art as Prophecy: A Man for Our Times

Seeking Justice & Redemption, Shining Hope & Love People associated with the Germantown Systemic Change Initiative (Philadelphia, PA, USA) often find creative ways to address continuing structural issues that surround impoverished people and frustrate their...

Finding the Picassos in SVdP’s Kids

Finding the Picassos in SVdP’s Kids

Bruce Marion is a local artists who is coming to St. Vincent de Paul on Saturday, April 13th. He’ll be working with a group of kids to develop two abstract paintings. The paintings will be auctioned off at this year’s Golf-Fore-Charity event that is happening on...

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