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St. Louise de Marillac: An Outgoing Woman Full of Tenderness

One of the most outstanding and perhaps least commented upon aspects of St. Louise’s character is her tenderness.

The Heart of Jesus in the Spirituality of St. Louise de Marillac

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.

“Facing the Coronavirus” Presentation from the Vincentian Confraternity of Psychologists

This presentation was created by the Vincentian Confraternity of Psychologists to share some advice to help those who help others to feel better, less anxious, and less worried about the pandemic.

Vows of the Daughters of Charity

The annual and renewable vows of the Daughters of Charity are a progressive confirmation of their particular charism–
each year a new YES is pronounced in freedom to the vocation to which God calls them.

Feast of St. Francis Regis Clet

Feast of St. Francis Regis Clet

Imagine being in your early 40s, in a comfortable enough job as director of novices at a seminary in Paris, and leaving everything behind to volunteer to go to China on mission. This was the decision of Father (Saint) Francis Regis Clet, C.M., whose feast day is next...

February 7: Feast of Bl. Rosalie Rendu

February 7: Feast of Bl. Rosalie Rendu

From the age of reason, Jeanne [Sr. Rosalie] had thought of consecrating herself to God. None of the joys of the world attracted her. She wanted no part of its celebrations or glitter. At the same time, she felt drawn by its groans and misery. -Armand de Melun

Now on Social: Advancing Mission

Now on Social: Advancing Mission

Many institutions in the Vincentian and Setonian Families help foster their missions by using social media. At St. John's University, with a clearly defined Vincentian mission, social media teams provide information that can feed the hearts and minds of students,...

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