June 27, the starting date of the XLIII General Assembly of the Congregation of the Mission, is just a few days away.
Congregation of the Mission
On this date in 1879, John Joseph Lynch, C.M. was appointed the first Archbishop of Toronto, Canada.
S letter of Father Jan Trzop, C.M, the former Provincial of the Vice-Province of St. Cyril and Methodius, who has been working in Ukraine for many years, in which he describes the current situation in all the Vincentian communities in Ukraine.
Louise reflected on what she came to know about the early Congregation of the Mission and, as she liked to do with the important events of her life, she put her reflections into writing. The relationship and collaboration between St. Louise, the Daughters of Charity,...
April 16 is the anniversary of the death of Bishop John Timon, C.M., the first provincial superior of the American province of the Congregation of the Mission and one of the giants of the early U.S. Catholic Church. He established and/or encouraged many charitable...
This documentary follows two newly ordained Vincentian Catholic priests during their first year of ministry.
In this Coffee Break, Fr. Bob Gielow, CM, talks about some reasons to “celebrate”, and offers some practical suggestions for Lent.
On January 25th, the feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul, we celebrate the foundation of the Congregation of the Mission.
As part of a lecture given at the Centre International de Formation (CIF), Father John E. Rybolt, C.M. outlines the history of the apostolic activity of the Congregation of the Mission. Thank you to DePaul University for posting the Selected Works of Fr. Rybolt...
In this video Father Luigi Mezzadri, CM, Vincentian historian, recounts the context surrounding the life of St. Vincent de Paul and his inspiration to establish the Congregation of the Mission.
St. Vincent soon realized that the fruit of the popular missions would quickly vanish unless there were good priests to continue conducting them; so, he makes seminary work a part of the purpose of his Congregation.
On January 25 we commemorate a transformative moment in the life of St. Vincent. Inspired by this, may we each “find our own Folleville”.