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Vincentian Women

Vincentian Women - Pope Francis has  said "Women are asking deep questions that must be addressed. The church cannot be herself without the woman and her role. The woman is essential for the church. Mary, a woman, is more important than the bishops." Vincentian Women...

New Book available on Daughters of Charity as Nurses in US Civil War

Sr.  Betty Ann McNeil’s discovery of 500 pages of handwritten memoirs by Daughters of Charity as nurses in US Civil War led her into a multi-year project to transcribe, annotate, index, and publish Balm of Hope: Charity Afire Impels Daughters of Charity Civil War...

Pocket Guides to the Vincentian Family

Interested in "Pocket Guides" to the Vincentian Family? Vinformation has resources for you. The Vincentian Family Tree, the pioneering work authored by Sr. Betty Ann McNeil, DC (Chicago: Vincentian Studies Institute, 1996), traced in exact detail the roots of the...

The many meanings of “Vincentian Family”

The many meanings of “Vincentian Family”

Looking for Vincentian Quotes?

Looking for Vincentian Quotes?

This week's Formation Friday segment draws attention to two sources for Vincentian quotes found among the treasures of VinFormation. The first is a collection of texts compiled by Sr. Betty Ann McNeil, DC. They are listed by subject in alphabetical order. (See graphic...

Elizabeth Seton opens the Door of Faith

Elizabeth Seton opens the Door of Faith

"How St. Elizabeth Seton Opens the Door of Faith for Us" represents VinFormation's January offering for its Year of Faith in Vincentian Perspectives series. The Year of Faith and the Life of St. Elizabeth The Church and St. Elizabeth Quotes Related Links In...

Know our Vincentian Family Tree?

VinFormation provides an interactive graphic based on the work of Sr. Betty Ann McNeil, DC which traces in exact detail the roots of the entire Vincentian Family worldwide. The Family Tree Project shows that ninety-nine founders designated Vincent de Paul as patron of...

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