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500 Households Assisted by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Haiti During the Pandemic

Vincentians of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul step up to help the most vulnerable households, raising awareness among people to avoid the spread of the virus, especially in the fringe areas.

The Silent Work of the Daughters of Charity in Haiti

Haiti is a place where poverty abounds and where the Sisters receive the eternal gratitude of people who love them.

VFHI: Collaboration in Haiti

On May 24, 2017, more than a year and a half of dreaming and planning among members of the Vincentian Family came to fruition with the arrival of Frs. Frank Conkle, S.T. and Jaime Serrano, S.T. to Haiti.  It was the most recent step in collaborative efforts among the...

‘Accompaniment’ Spiritually Underpins Sisters’ Missions in Haiti

Accompanying people means being available to hear people's problems, offering advice when asked, and prodding when necessary. A small mission run by two sisters based in La Tremblay, outside Haiti's capital of Port-au-Prince, has established a medical clinic serving...
Missionaries @NiagaraUniv are Home!

Missionaries @NiagaraUniv are Home!

The other day we told you about some missionaries from Niagara University who went to Haiti. They're home, and there's more news to tell! WIVB Buffalo tells the good news: Niagara University seniors Morgan Dahlberg and Amber Mis are used to being students, but for the...

Your Best Hope is the Sisters

Your Best Hope is the Sisters

"If you want to make an impact on maternal and child health around the world, in truly vulnerable communities, your best hope is the sisters," said Tim Bilodeau, former executive director of Medicines for Humanity. Global Sisters Report tells the story which in this...

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