From a Digital Storytelling class at DePaul University called “Vincentian Storytelling.” This particular Vincentian story was chosen as “Most Vincentian.”
by Famvin Media Resources | May 13, 2018 | Formation
A video written and animated by DePaul University students, asks: What lessons does St. Vincent’s life have to offer ours?
Meet Me at the Mission @DePaulU
by Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. | Mar 10, 2018 | News
Meet Me at the Mission: Vincentian Heritage Initiative is an invitation for you to explore what it means to be a Vincentian leader!
How do young adults fit in the larger Vincentian Family?
by John Freund, CM | Nov 19, 2014 | Vincentian Family
In 2013, DePaul’s Office of Mission & Values (OMV) commissioned a CARA study of “Unaffiliated Lay Vincentians.” Dr. Scott Kelley, assistant vice president for Vincentian Scholarship for OMV, shares the survey’s results & what they mean for the larger Vincentian Family.
DePaul University – Chinese leadership initiative
by John Freund, CM | Nov 17, 2014 | Daughters of Charity, Vincentian Family
Hugh O’Donnell, C.M. describes the Chinese Leadership Initiative that DePaul University has hosted for three years. It has welcomed thirty priests and twenty-five sisters from China to a month-long workshop on leadership.
New online “Vincentian Leadership Program” launched in Australia
by John Freund, CM | Nov 17, 2014 | Social, Society of St. Vincent de Paul
The program launched on Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 is significant for several reasons. First, the offering of a leadership program within the Vincentian tradition and in partnership with a member of the Vincentian family based on the other side of the world, and secondly, the program was being launched in the year that the Society is marking 160 years of leadership and service in Australia.
Brother Mark Elder CM makes an art of spirituality
by John Freund, CM | Nov 16, 2014 | Vincentian Family
Brother Mark Elder CM makes an art of spirituality He is the creator of some of the most striking murals in the United States and elsewhere, uses art in his quest to help the poor and disenfranchised.
Vincent de Paul and Mohandas Gandhi: Five Commitments That Sustain Leadership
by John Freund, CM | Nov 15, 2014 | Spirituality and Spiritual Practice
An unsigned essay from at Vincent on Leadership - the Hay Project at DePaul University explores the theme "Vincent de Paul and Mohandas Gandhi: Five Commitments That Sustain Leadership" Though they lived centuries apart, Vincent de Paul and Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi...
Vincent and Thich Nhat Hanh: Mindfulness for Managers
by John Freund, CM | Nov 3, 2014 | Spirituality and Spiritual Practice
Vincent and Thich Nhat Hanh: Mindfulness for Managers Is there a connection between the teachings of the Catholic Saint of the 17th Century, Vincent de Paul, and the ancient practice of mindfulness meditation espoused by Zen Buddhism?
Doing theology in a garbage dump
by John Freund, CM | Oct 24, 2014 | Congregation of the Mission, Spirituality and Spiritual Practice
Daniel Franklin E. Pilario, C.M. writes”…on weekends, I help my Vincentian confreres in their parish in Payatas, the biggest garbage dump in Manila. … I was invited there to help in giving pastoral care – celebrate Masses or bless the dead, give seminars, meet people. Later, I began to realize that it was not mainly I who was helping. It was in fact they who were helping me make sense of my theology. But that is going ahead of the story.”
Vincent and Stephen R. Covey: From Time Management to Self Management
by John Freund, CM | Oct 17, 2014 | Vincentian Family
Covey once offered in a lecture three questions for the servant-leader who hopes to mentor and empower others: “What are your goals?” “How can I help?”
“How is it going?” – Vincent’s Steps to Effective Leadership
Vincent DePaul and the Four Ways of Dialogue
by John Freund, CM | Sep 7, 2014 | Vincentian Family
“In the Spirit of St. Vincent DePaul and embedded in the Four Ways of Dialogue at DePaul University, DePaul Interfaith Scholars create a culture that fosters interreligious dialogue and promotes multicultural awareness and a rich, lively, diverse faith life at DePaul. They are leaders grounded in their own traditions who create a strong community of DePaul interfaith-engaged students who work together on mutual understanding and shared social action.”