Bronwen McShea, scholar of 17th century religious and political history, presents “The Saint and the Duchess: Collaboration at the Heart of Vincentian Heritage.”
St. John’s University
St. John’s University Department of Mission Initiatives and the Faculty Research Consortium are happy to announce the publication of the seventh issue of its online resource, the Journal of Vincentian Social Action (JoVSA).
The Vincentian Family Coalition at the UN in New York was honored at the Vincentian Convocation at St. John’s University with the International Medal.
The St. John’s University Board of Trustees announced the unanimous election of Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. as the University’s 18th President.
For J’mi Worthen, the aspiration to become an Ozanam Scholar came from a deep desire to explore social justice at a higher level.
At St. John’s University’s Queens, NY campus, workers loaded more than 50 boxes of classroom medical supplies and transported them to nearby New York Presbyterian-Queens Hospital.
The most recent issue of the Journal of Vincentian Social Action addresses the benefits of academic service learning to both students and the community.
John P. “Jack” Clarke, Esq. ’55CBA, ’57L has served St. John’s University for six decades.
Two students from the St. John’s student chapter of the St. Vincent de Paul Society attended the society’s National Assembly in Denver, CO.
St. John’s University relies on campus ministers to help more than 33,000 students cope with homesickness, separation from parents, and their faith.
St. John’s student Winifred Edjeani created the non-profit organization Wekem to help children in Ghana pursue their education.
From May 24 through June 3, four St. John’s University students had the opportunity to take a pilgrimage to Lourdes, France.