Shortly after Frederic Ozanam's death, Pope Pius IX addressed a delegation of four hundred members of the Society of...
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Serving those in need, Hardships. John 8: 51-59 Live – Learn – Fall and Arise Amazed and Afraid Vincentian Day of...
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is inaugurating a new neighborhood-based initiative to find long-term solutions to the challenges of being poor.
As the Vincent de Paul Society pivots from a charity-only model to one that also advocates for social justice and the systemic changes necessary to help those who are working hard to escape the vicious cycle of poverty they have partnered with the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, to produce Living in Poverty; Working for Justice.
The following letter from the International President of the Society of St. Vincent dePaul provides more specifics about Vincentian Aid to Iraq.
A mini -Camino pilgrimage of transformation for Grade 7-10 students aims to foster goal setting skills and Christian inspiration for students to lead a social justice project in their schools, or to do some kind of service for people in need, especially through the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
Here is the latest from the Vincent de Paul Society and the US Border Crisis
Come to the Water – Summun Bonum – Are We Redeemed Yet? – Undercover Prayer. Vincentian Day of Prayer and Fast – August 5, 2014
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul will become a stronger advocate for the poor as well as continuing its longstanding charitable work of providing food, furniture and clothing to those in need.
Martin Schurr left a six-figure job with bonuses and cars and traveling the world on someone else’s dime to serve prisoners through the SVDP St. Vincent de Paul Society’s Restorative Justice Ministry
Gary Stevens, National Council of the United States Society of St. Vincent de Paul writes the following report “Embracing (Systemic) Change” based on his experience recent workshop held by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. One of insights that I gained was that it is hard for many people in poverty to move out of it when they are constantly dealing with one crisis after another (living in the “tyranny of the moment”).
Friendship – the Gift of Love – We are One – Mary for Us Today