Julia visits the St. John’s Paris campus and nearby Vincentian heritage places in this video walking tour.
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Celebrating 200 years in rue du Bac Paris with the Daughters of Charity (from the international website of the Daughters of Charity) On 28 June 1815, the Daughters of Charity arrived at their 5th Motherhouse. In order to celebrate this event, we were invited to gather...
Society of St. Vincent de Paul Vincentian Heritage Pilgrimage to Paris
Take a look inside the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal at the Daughters of Charity Motherhouse in Paris, France. The tour is narrated by Sister Denise LaRock, D.C.
A chapel full of secrets! Would you like a guided tour? Would you like to discover them with us? You should know that this is the “Mother House” of the “Daughters of Charity”.
Vincent de Paul was a master in getting diverse groups of people to work together, our goal is to facilitate and strengthen the process of collaboration among the branches of the Vincentian Family in the service of the poor.
As you can see from the VFCAP photo album this day focused on Vincentian Virtues. Fr. Dan Borlick led the session on the connection between Vincent de Paul and virtues and focused on issues such as What is Vincentian Simplicity , etc Where have you seen lack of these...
Module 1 - “A Vincentian is a Visionary... Reawakening” - with Rev. Fr. Patrick Griffin, CM Outcomes To connect with each other To be inspired by the charism of the primary/primitive spirit (Hear some Vincentian stories, Learn from the stories) To connect with their...
Pentecost in Paris – The Vincentian Family Collaborative Action Program (VFCAP) 2014 first day
In a Vincentian Pentecost more than 50 Vincentian Family members from 24 Countries will be gathering in Paris to attend the Collaborative Action Program June 8-13, 2014