I began my volunteering with the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul in Ethiopia as a Vincentian Lay Missionary (VLM) volunteer in 2013 for three months.
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In the midst of a world pandemic, a world of unrest, a world of uncertainty, there is hope. Hope is our faith.
MISEVI International gathered 40 participants to hear the unique ways countries are accomplishing our mission of guiding, animating, and supporting the missionary presence of the laity.
A group of 5 MISEVI missionaries embarked on their adventure with the slogan GO WITHOUT FEAR TO SERVE.
God revealed Himself to me through the people I was serving. I was expecting to bring God to them, but they were the ones bringing God to me.
On the first day of attending my new elementary school, my mother said to me, “Just bloom where you’re planted!”
MISEVI continues to be a vital part of the Vincentian Family, even amidst a global pandemic.
One of the churches in our neighborhood chose to encourage reflective time by creating a beautiful meditation garden encircling a labyrinth
This challenge of inculturation has led me to rethink the ministry of Vincentian formation. What does it mean to be a Vincentian formator in East Africa?
This time in Honduras taught us to live in accord with a pastoral plan but also to be able to change plans in accord with the situation.
At the beginning of quarantine, we were told to begin social distancing. As the weeks went on, my actions stayed the same, but my terminology changed to “physical distancing.”
When I recall the beginning of MISEVI Poland during the summer of 2014, the first picture that comes to my mind is this: four girls, not fully aware of what they are going to face.