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Create Your Charism #IamVincent

When I was young, I spent many weekends attending Sunday school. I learned the biblical stories of the Old Testament- Kind David, Solomon, Joseph. What I imagined as the ideal ‘perfect Christian’ emerged in my mind- someone of faith, good deeds, and someone who puts...

Reflecting on Service: New Orleans #IamVincent

Words of hope about serving can be just the thing to fuel prayer. Katharine Montemurri, Program Coordinator of the Colorado Vincentian Volunteers invited the CVVers who served in New Orleans (see "We can’t wait to hear about their adventures!") to share their...

Digo Si a la Vida con Gozo: Claiming my Vincentian Heart

IT ALL STARTED WITH GRAPES… Little did my parents know what they were doing when they chose not to feed me grapes as a child. Now mind you, I was not too thrilled when we didn’t buy grapes. I quite enjoyed whenever I was at a friend’s house and they had grapes to eat....

Faces of Germantown: Cheyenne #IamVincent

“Dear young people, do not bury your talents, the gifts that God has given you! Do not be afraid to dream of great things!” Pope Francis Cheyenne, an emerging college freshman at Immaculata University, has strong roots in the Germantown community as she attended St....
Two Vincentian Scholars Honored @NiagarUniv

Two Vincentian Scholars Honored @NiagarUniv

Niagara University students Justin Crawford and Gabriella Simoneit were recognized by Heart, Love and Soul during the food pantry and dining room’s annual recognition dinner on April 6. Crawford (a native of Tonawanda) and Simoneit (of Niagara Falls) logged...

I am a Doctor, and #IamVincent

I am a Doctor, and #IamVincent

Sai Aung Phyo was inspired by the University’s Vincentian Mission of service. As a student in the Honors Program at St. John’s, he tutored classmates in biology, chemistry, and physics. During his free time, he also participated in the Midnight Run program, in which...

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