175th Anniversary of SSVP in England

In 1844, thirteen men met in the Sabloniere Hotel in Leicester Square, London and agreed to form a Conference of the “Brotherhood of St Vincent de Paul.”

What does being a Vincentian mean to me? #IamVincent

​When I first signed up to be a Vincentian Volunteer, I must confess that I did not completely understand what it meant to be a Vincentian. I knew that it had to do with St. Vincent de Paul who spent his life serving the poor and less fortunate, and that was enough...

What’s a Mini-Vinnie?

The Vincent dePaul Society of England and Wales responds 'Mini Vinnies' are children aged between 7 to 11 (or younger) who, with the permission of their parents and the support of their Schools, are encouraged to embark on their first steps as possible 'Vincentians...

Dementia and Spirituality

"It's still me Lord" - A film exploring dementia and spirituality. Helping carers and parishes support people with dementia. Click here to watch the video released by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales. It is part of series of videos dealing with...

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