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Helpers of the Souls in Purgatory (Auxiliatrices)

  Founded in 1856 at Paris, France, by Blessed Eugene Smet, (1825-1871, beatified in 1957), (in religion, Mary of Providence), whose community, in its origin, collaborated with the Vincentian priests at rue de Sevres and with the Daughters of Charity at rue de...

Association Louise de Marillac – Connect and Learn

The “Association Louise de Marillac” belongs to the larger “Vincentian Family” and is totally dedicated to the cause of elderly abandoned people. Its members are lay volunteers who devote some of their time to look after these old people, under the supervision of the...

Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity

Rev. Thomas Augustine Judge, CM, founder of the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity, was ordained a Vincentian priest in Philadelphia in 1899.  On April 11, 1909, at a meeting at St. John the Baptist Parish in Brooklyn, New York, six women responded to his...

Missionary Cenacle Apostolate – MCA

Doctor Margaret Healy was an early associate of Fr. Thomas Judge, CM. She had known him from his early preaching in Brooklyn, New York. Margaret had followed him as a lay apostle and became an effective recruiter of others. As an educator, she came in contact with...

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