Beatriz reflects on the effects of living the mission life of MISEVI during the years with covid restrictions. MISEVI Colombia is committed to local community mission work.
Articles for Vincentian Lay Missionaries MISEVI
I had the distinct honor and privilege to be at a meeting of MISEVI International at the Motherhouse in Paris in early February.
MISEVI representatives visit the headquarters of the General Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Paris
On February 1st, the International General Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was pleased to host two leaders of MISEVI.
The MISEVI Poland Association has been officially working since 2017.
We are radically dependent on God, and there is no better characteristic than this one to remind us of that dependence.
by Mary Pimmel-Freeman, Director of Vincentian Mission Corps | Dec 6, 2021 | Formation, Reflections
Attention to the realities of present-day society, especially to the factors that cause an unequal distribution of the world’s goods, so that we can better carry out our prophetic task of evangelization.
What is the goal of a Vincentian? To meet God in the service of those who need it most. But being a Vincentian is a community vocation.
Readiness to go to any part of the world, according to the example of the first missionaries of the Congregation.
Participation of the missionaries in the condition of the poor, so that we not only attend their evangelization, but that we ourselves are evangelized by them.
We, the members of Misevi Colombia, are people of different ways of being.
In 1993, my husband Bill and I set out on a new journey and, together with the Vincentian priests and brothers, birthed the Colorado Vincentian Volunteers (which is now part of MISEVI).
Every day people come with new and untold stories to the doorway of the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal at 140 rue du Bac.