Presentation adapted from an article by Fr. Jean-Pierre Renouard, C.M.
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Jeanne-Marie Rendu was born in Confort, France. In 1802, she entered the mother house of the Daughters of Charity in...
By her life, her works, her spirituality, she embodied the vision of a “martyr of charity” painted by Saint Vincent de Paul.
In this video clip from the Miraculous Medal Shrine in Philadelphia, Sr. Marge Clifford, DC tells us about Blessed Rosalie Rendu, DC whose Feast Day is coming up on February 7.
Blessed Anna Maria Janer Anglarill was a Spanish nun who established the Sisters of the Holy Family of Urgell, choosing St. Vincent de Paul as a primary patron.
"Blessed Lindalva [represents] not only the Northeastern Brazilian woman, but any woman who accepts taking care of her family, and the elderly, who lives the traditions of homemaking and religious devotion with joy. [She represents] many women who are victims of...
Through the research of Sister Joan E. Cook, SC we can acknowledge and better appreciate St. Elizabeth Seton’s great devotion to the Bible.
The Seton Shrine in Emmitsburg, Maryland is celebrating the 200th Anniversary of Mother Seton’s death with a special website and other initiatives.
The author, Maryanna Coyle, S.C., identifies five qualities of Elizabeth’s formation and shows how they influenced her life and thought.
“Let us work now; one day we will rest.”
Honoring the Vincentian Family Blesseds martyred in the anti-clerical violence that took place during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). Feast Day: Nov. 6
St. Vincent de Paul’s ministry emerged from a set of values deeply rooted in his Christocentric faith and the person of Jesus Christ, the Evangelizer of the Poor. From an essay by Rev. Edward Udovic, C.M., Ph.D.