St. Vincent had many friends, but two friends stand out: St. Francis de Sales, Bishop of Geneva, and St. Jane Frances de Chantal, co-foundress of the Order of the Visitation of Saint Mary.
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A presentation of thoughts about the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from the writings of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, St. Louise de Marillac, and St. Vincent de Paul.
“When a person or a place impressed him, he drew a sketch of it. Such sketches dot his diary.”
A brief life of Father Felix deAndreis, C.M. (Slide presentation)
Fr. Robert Maloney, C.M. explains that St. Vincent chose to focus on the model of the priest as missionary.
The story of the Martyrs of Arras, based on “In the Footsteps of Vincent de Paul: a Guide to Vincentian France” by Father John E. Rybolt, C.M.
Learn more about the history and mission of this dynamic branch of the Vincentian Family!
“The great things God does within a human soul are simple. Sanctity simply means love.” – Sr. Jozefa Watroba, D.C.
Father Robert Maloney, C.M. writes: “I offer these five Marian faces as a way of reflecting on the rich, varied tradition surrounding the Virgin Mary.”
A presentation about the early work of our founders in caring for the mentally ill in 17th century France.
One of the most outstanding and perhaps least commented upon aspects of St. Louise’s character is her tenderness.
In Matthew’s gospel, Jesus himself tells his followers: “Learn from me, for I am gentle and humble of heart.” It was a text that Louise and Vincent loved to quote.