In this video produced by the DePaul University Office of Mission and Values, Rev. Edward Udovic, C.M. reads his essay on the life of St. Vincent de Paul.
In keeping with Superior General’s Advent theme of trusting in God’s Providence, for your reflection we offer this presentation based on an article by Fr. Edward Udovic, C.M.
With Lent’s focus on spiritual growth, reflection, and conversion, now would be a great time to pause and listen to a podcast, “Conversion and Discernment According to Vincent de Paul” written and narrated by Fr. Edward R. Udovic, C.M.
A church characterized by the five virtues of Vincent de Paul might appeal to millennials and “nones”.
How the Pope’s Imagery on critical care can overlook long-term rehab got me thinking about implications of how some in the Vincentian Family view direct service and systemic change.
“The virtues described above in seventeenth and twentieth century forms are, to use St. Vincent ‘s phrase, the characteristic virtues of his followers. They are the signs by which his followers are meant to be recognized.”
Podcast: "The Vincentian Question." Edward R. Udovic, DePaul University The Vincentian experience over four centuries can be summarized as an answer to "the" Vincentian question: "What must be done?" What must be done here and now in the situation that faces us to...
New insights into Vincent’s biography
Vincent’s Values: A Spiritual Perspective – This is an original essay written and read by Rev. Edward Udovic, C.M., Ph.D.
Vincent de Paul: Learning through Letters about the Man and His Mission
The Vincentian Heritage Bookstore operations will be managed by the bookstore and gift shop at the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, Maryland
Criminalizing homelessness - a growing phenomenon... But not a new one. St. Vincent de Paul was well acquainted with this. It his time it was called the "Great Confinement" Noted Vincentian historian Ed Udovic writes about 17th century France ... "This war ... was a...