The moral and Christian formation of its members and, in light of the Gospel, service on behalf of the poor, especially the elderly is the FUNDAMENTAL BASE of the foundation.
Beatriz reflects on the effects of living the mission life of MISEVI during the years with covid restrictions. MISEVI Colombia is committed to local community mission work.
We, the members of Misevi Colombia, are people of different ways of being.
“Aguapaneleros of the Night, Lay Vincentians,” a branch of the Vincentian Family, was awarded the Order of Democracy Simón Bolívar by the Chamber of Congressional Representatives of the Republic of Colombia.
The Aguapaneleros de La Noche Foundation is a lay Vincentian initiative that came into existence twenty-three ago (in the city of Medellín, Colombia).
At this time of great need and social distancing, many people extend their hands to provide necessary relief to those people who are suffering and in pain.
I want to share with you the mission that the Daughters of Charity have undertaken in the Province of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal (Bogotá-Venezuela) during this worldwide pandemic/quarantine.
Last October, MISEVI Colombia met in Funza Cundinamarca at the Villa Paul Seminary, with the purpose of carrying out its VI National Assembly.
In Cali there is a large presence of the Vincentian Family. The conditions of extreme poverty of much of the population are alarming.
Chronicle of the Provincial Meeting of Advisors of the Branches of the Vincentian Family, in Cali (Colombia)
Under the guidance of Sister María Doris Angel López, DC, different branches of the Vincentian Family responded to the call to gather together in Colombia.
As a messenger of peace, fidelity and joy, on July 2, Father Tomaž Mavric, Superior General of the Vincentian Family, arrived to our beloved Province of the Miraculous with a greeting of welcome and the hymn of Saint Vincent de Paul, the Daughters of Charity together...
For the first time ever all of the Vincentian Bishops were invited to meet in Rome. From June 23-25 twenty-two of the thirty-two bishops are participating in this gathering. They come from Lebanon, Italy, Poland, Colombia, Brazil, Mozambique, India, Madagascar,...