Statement of the Vincentian Family in the Face of Racial Discrimination

As members of Vincentian Family, we do not want to nor should we remain impassive in the face of the discrimination that millions of people still suffer today.

Happy Women’s Day: Check out “Herstory” on .famvin

Click to read all articles tagged "herstory"here on .famvin!   Herstory[1.Jane Mills, "Womanwords: a dictionary of words about women", 1992, ISBN 0-02-921495-5, p. 118] : history (knowledge obtained by inquiry) written from a feminist perspective, emphasizing the...

Registration to the Film Festival “Finding Vince 400”

Finding Vince 400 is a free film arts festival where anyone can attend! Come see  a personal diverse program of international stories that will change your perspective on poverty. Located at the Centro Mariapoli in Castel Gandolfo, Italy October 18-21.  The event is...

Symposium of the Vincentian Family 2017

"I believe it is a gift from God to us to be able to celebrate this event together with Pope Francis, who will join us on Saturday, October 14. We are also privileged to have the reliquary with the Heart of St. Vincent, which has begun its journey throughout the...
Formation Friday – New eBook on Louise

Formation Friday – New eBook on Louise

The March Vincentian eBook of the Month Club features Louise de Marillac, A Committed Woman compiled from various authors. For Louise de Marillac the years 1625-1633 were a time of preparation and discovery and reflection for the incredible ministry that awaited her...

An American Saint – “Go Forward”

An American Saint – “Go Forward”

The Seton family motto, from its 12th century coat-of-arms, was At Whatever Risk, Yet Go Forward. ... So she did. Regina Bechtle SC draws our attention to "AMERICAN SAINT: The Life of Elizabeth Seton" a new biography by writer Joan Barthel with a foreword by Maya...

Formation Friday – Rosalie Soulfire!

Formation Friday – Rosalie Soulfire!

Blessed Rosalie spent over 50 years of her life working in the same Paris slum. Beloved by those who were in need she earned the title of  Blessed Rosalie. But her influence went far beyond that neighborhood. She was a principle influence on another person who has...

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