“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).
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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.
When we meet, we can’t help it – we talk “Vincentian.” We value and recall our roots. We are very much Vincent’s children living and acting in mission on the “signs of the times.”
Hopefully, we don’t remain too cloistered that we rely on our prayers to create concrete opportunities – speaking out to advocate for the helpless!
VFCAP has been very successful, reaching a total of 751 participants from 26 branches of the global Vincentian Family in 23 different countries over 6-year period.
Which saint matters to you and why?
I keep this mantra ‘God has no country’ close to mind when I question international decisions on border blunders and migration.
As 1 of 4 million members of the Vincentian Family, Dee Mansi, a new contributor on what’s going on in Ireland, UK and Europe reflects on BREXIT.
The Vincentian Marian Youth International Team would like to formally disseminate the official information about the next meeting of the VMY Eastern European countries this 2017. All the participating countries are asked to take note of the following information for...
In the past several years, more and more people have been forced to use desperate means of survival, such as begging, living in slums or going through rubbish bins looking for food or items they can recycle or sell. But now, people who resort to these survival tactics...
The number of Christians around the world has nearly quadrupled in the last 100 years, from about 600 million in 1910 to more than 2 billion in 2010. But the world’s overall population also has risen rapidly, from an estimated 1.8 billion in 1910 to 6.9 billion in...