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History of where Vincent lived an ministered for 28 years

As previously announced on famvin the Virtual Exhibit of "St. Lazare as a Women's Prison" is now available online. It includes an Introduction and sections entitled "The Story", "Maps", "Images", Bibliography. It marks a new milestone in understanding how this...

"Non-virtual" premiere of DePaul's first "virtual" exhibition

Vincentians in France are known as "Lazarists" since St. Lazare played such an important part in its early history. After its confiscation by the revolutionary government, Saint-Lazare began another long chapter in its history serving as a women's prison until...

Recreating place Vincent discovered his vocation

The Vincentian Studies Institute at DePaul University has commissioned the distinguished diorama artist Jeff Wrona to construct a large scale model of the church at Folleville, the site of the first sermon of the mission preached by Vincent de Paul on the Feast of the...

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