I am advocating voter education to encourage people to consider what is best for them and society as a whole.
Modern slavery – It’s happening all around us in places we might visit on a regular basis
The UK Vincentian Family is working to eradicate the poverty of homelessness – now and for all time.
“What must be done,” is what motivates volunteers to help others. Acting together against all forms of poverty (AIC motto) and with Turning concern into action (SVP motto).
Globally, in the shutdown, fundraising has dwindled, and many charities are in crisis – including those of our Vincentian Family.
I know that wherever I go in this world, and certainly in the 156 countries in which the Vincentian Family are present, I can feel instantly at home.
“There” was with Saints Vincent and Louise. “Here” in Kitale, the social workers and support staff collaborate with Sr Winnie’s strategic plan
A series of Vincentian events have created a perfect storm!
We are RESOLVED to draw directly on our Vincentian charism of “prayer in action” to our Incarnational Christian purpose.
Contemplating on the concept and spirituality of light and dark during this Advent tide, I was struck by a recent article…
VIVAT! The Latin term expresses a hope on the part of the speaker that another should live. How meaningful that this heartfelt word is also the acronym for Vincentian Values Today!
Dee Mansi shares her thoughts on women’s involvement in Church leadership after celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Anglican Sisters of Charity – a branch of the Vincentian Family.