To give the younger generation a chance to find out what the vocation of a Brother is all about, Brother Martin Schneider, C.M. graciously granted an interview in which he talks about his life, vocation, and ministry.
An Opportunity For The Vincentian Family To Halt Hate
by John Freund, CM | Mar 31, 2019 | Justice and Peace, News, Systemic change, Vincentian Family
What could be simpler than to collaborate in committing oneself to respond compassionately to situations for a 24 hour period?
Vincentian University Presidents Meet at Adamson
by .famvin | Feb 9, 2019 | News
Four Vincentian university presidents visited Adamson University last January 4, 2019
Two Vincentian Scholars Honored @NiagarUniv
by Michael Freedman | Aug 10, 2017 | News
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...
Third Phase Of @NiagaraUniv Community Program Focuses On Kindergarten Transition
by Michael Freedman | Aug 3, 2017 | News
Mounting evidence illustrates that early education plays a critical role in the cognitive and social-emotional development of children. Niagara University is partnering with the local community to make an impact. And now a third phase of the Niagara County Early Child...
Sandal Falls: A Project at Niagara University [ @NiagaraUniv ]
by Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. | Jul 27, 2017 | News
Sandal Falls, previously known as the Sustainable Sandals Project and Project Angel Shoes, is a local operation coordinated through Niagara University that collects sandals that are gently worn by tourists who visit the Cave of the Winds attraction in Niagara Falls....
Good People • Good Things
by Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. | Jul 16, 2017 | Announcements, News
Art Eberhart, Evelyn Harris, Norma Higgs and Merrell Lane (posthumously) will become the first inductees of the Niagara Falls Volunteer Hall of Fame during a July 24 ceremony at Niagara Falls City Hall. A reception is scheduled for 4 p.m., followed by the induction...
Vincentians of Wherever: Dr. Paul Vermette
by Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. | Apr 27, 2017 | News, Reflections
Dr. Paul Vermette, a professor of education at Niagara University, received Leadership Niagara’s Lifetime Achievement Award during the organization’s annual awards luncheon, held today at the Conference Center Niagara Falls. A professional educator since 1971, Dr....
Vincentian University – Race and Equality – Systemic Change
by John Freund, CM | Mar 1, 2017 | News, Systemic change
Vincentian University - race and equality - systemic change! That is quite a bit to put in one headline. Yet with the inauguration of the Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equality and Mission these three concepts come together. It is also a wonderful expample...
Want to Help the Poor? Do Something Practical! @SVDPWNY
by Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. | Feb 16, 2017 | News
Do something practical. That's what Vincent would say. Every year in the USA, people struggle to manage the scarce resources they have, while still being good citizens. Saying #IamVincent means helping people do the good things they want and need to do. It's a...
Niagara University Receives Highest Federal Honor for Community Service
by Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. | Dec 1, 2016 | News
Good News! Lots of folks saying #IamVincent and making a difference! For the 10th consecutive year, Niagara University has achieved the highest federal recognition colleges and universities can receive for community service, service-learning and civic engagement....
Beyond the Bicentennial – Vincentian Higher Education
by Michael Van Dorpe | Nov 26, 2016 | News
In the summer of 1816, thirteen Vincentian priests set out from Italy to establish the first Vincentian mission in the United States. Two hundred years later, that mission is continued in hospitals, universities, conference of the society of St. Vincent de Paul, and a...