Deep friendships were extremely important to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and she made every effort to keep in close contact with them. (SlideShare presentation)
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Frederic never aspired to a position of leadership (but in reality, he was a leader) nor did he ever attempt to utilize his position for personal gain.
In keeping with Superior General’s Advent theme of trusting in God’s Providence, for your reflection we offer this presentation based on an article by Fr. Edward Udovic, C.M.
December 18 is the feast day of Blessed Némésia Valle, a Sister of Charity of St. Jeanne Antide Thouret, a branch of the Vincentian Family.
This week we celebrate the feast day of Blessed Marcantonio Durando, C.M., who became known as the “St. Vincent of Italy”.
December 8 is the anniversary of the first association of Ladies of Charity in the United States, in St. Louis, Missouri. See a presentation about their first President, Catherine Harkins.
Nov. 28 is the feast day of St. Catherine Labouré. The following presentation describes the special connection between St. Catherine and St. Vincent de Paul.
The mission that the Blessed Mother gave St. Catherine Labouré had her leave the solitude that fostered her asceticism, at certain critical moments in her life, in order to bring Marian devotion to the Church.
Learn about the life of St. Agostina Pietrantoni whose feast day was celebrated this week.
In a classic article from the Vincentian Heritage Journal archives, Fr. Aidan Rooney, C.M. describes “a treasure hunt for Vincentian Mission Values”.
Honoring the Vincentian Family Blesseds martyred in the anti-clerical violence that took place during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). Feast Day: Nov. 6
On that day in May of 1629, neither Vincent nor Louise was aware of just how far that journey of service leadership would take her nor of its ramifications for the Church and for the service of generations of persons in need.