If I had to pick a single Daughter of Charity to present to the sisters as a model, I would pick Rosalie Rendu. If I had to pick a single missionary to present to the confreres, I would pick Justin de Jacobis.
The relationship and collaboration between St. Louise, the Daughters of Charity, the Ladies of Charity, St. Vincent, and the Congregation of the Mission were precursors of today’s Vincentian Family.
Slide presentation based on an article by Sr. Louise Sullivan, D.C.
How did Divine Providence lead Saints Vincent and Louise, step by step? Learn more in this presentation based on excerpts from the classic Vincentian Heritage Journal article, "Unfolding the Legacy— Key Figures in the Tradition" by Betty Ann McNeil D.C. ...
We, as members of the Vincentian Family, know that on more than one occasion Saint Vincent spoke about leaving God in order to find God.
Some preparatory materials are being provided ahead of the 2022 CM General Assembly, for reflection and sharing. One of the documents is “The identity of the CM at the beginning of its fifth centenary” by Vinícius Augusto Teixeira, CM.
As we enter the new year and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Feast Day is on January 4, let us reflect on some beautiful quotes from her writings.
An examination of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Collected Writings reveals many stories of Christmas, often marked by sorrow, illness, and death… but with ever-present threads of joy and hope.
Please enjoy the following Christmas presentation, featuring the words of former Superior General Fr. G. Gregory Gay, C.M.
Fr. Hugh O’Donnell defines discernment as a process by which the Spirit calls us to use our freedom to act in a certain way. He defines it as “a choice, not between good and evil, but between two or more goods.”
Fr. Jean-Pierre Renouard, C.M. describes St. Vincent’s genius for bringing the laity into prominence in the charitable activity of the Church.
Father José María Román, C.M. explains why Saint Vincent de Paul is to be considered a key figure in the history of the holiness of the Church. (Part 3 of 3)