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Video Documentary On the Missionary Servants of the Blessed Trinity

This documentary tells the story of the Missionary Servants of the Blessed Trinity: A Power For Good. Tomorrow, Nov. 23, is the anniversary of the death of founder Fr. Thomas A. Judge, C.M.

Fr. Thomas Judge, C.M. and the Missionary Cenacle Family

Learn about the origins of the Cenacle Family, and how systemic change was and is evident in their ministries.

I Love People Like Alexis Fuentes #IamVincent

In January of last year, I met with a young woman in a cafe in northern New Jersey. She is Alexis Fuentes, a former Missionary Cenacle Volunteer, and I spoke with her about her connection to the Vincentian Family and a bit of her life as she was living it. She's a...

Vincentians of Wherever: Alexis Fuentes

You find Vincentians in cities, towns, schools, cafes... wherever. In a recent interview in a cafe in northern New Jersey, Alexis Fuentes, a former Missionary Cenacle Volunteer, spoke with me about her connection to the Vincentian Family and a bit of her life now....
Who are the poor? – a guileless answer

Who are the poor? – a guileless answer

Members of the Vincentian family find that rhetorical questions are sometimes answered in way not expected. One of the first Missionary Servant priests to serve in México tells the story of the time he was preaching in a small rural chapel. During his homily, he posed...

Brooklyn beginnings of Missionary Cenacle

Brooklyn beginnings of Missionary Cenacle

The website of the Trinity Missionary Family offers a history which recounts their founding by Vincentian of the Eastern Province in the chapel of St. John's Parish, Brooklyn NY. "Our Founder, Fr. Thomas A. Judge, C.M. was a Vincentian priest whose apostolic zeal led...

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