St. Justin de Jacobis, C.M. promoted indigenous clergy in Eritrea and Ethiopia.
Congregation of the Mission
The relationship and collaboration between St. Louise, the Daughters of Charity, the Ladies of Charity, St. Vincent, and the Congregation of the Mission were precursors of today’s Vincentian Family.
Among the Missionaries of the Congregation of the Mission, there is a martyr who cried tears of joy when he was sent to China and when he was imprisoned there.
by .famvin | May 30, 2023 | International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity
The Ladies of Charity of Santuario de San Vicente de Paúl Parish & Shrine of the Poor distributed food packs to the street dwellers in Quezon City, April 15, 2023.
A look back at what was happening this week in 1849, 1878, and 1888.
Serving as pastor of three San Antonio churches would be enough to keep most priests busy. For Fr. Kevin Fausz, C.M., that is just the beginning.
Promotor of Young Ireland, organiser of famine relief in Wicklow, co-founder of the Holy Faith Sisters, Irish speaker, pilgrim, and a mean handball player: this was John Gowan.
Reflection on this story from my past history as a missionary has helped me to grasp more fully the understanding of Advent as the great mystery which leads us to the celebration of the Incarnation of Christ at Christmas. By Fr. Gregory Gay, C.M.
In Vincent’s time, the poor were largely neglected, illiterate, and spiritually ignorant. The clergy were sadly inadequate. St. Vincent founded the Congregation of the Mission to preach to the country poor and to help reform the clergy.
On the feast day of St. John Gabriel Perboyre, C.M., we offer this brief presentation based on an article that originally appeared on cmglobal.org. [button...
“When a person or a place impressed him, he drew a sketch of it. Such sketches dot his diary.”
In February of 1791, three missionaries including Fr. Francis Regis Clet, C.M., departed for China.