A church characterized by the five virtues of Vincent de Paul might appeal to millennials and “nones”.
Imagery of Pope Francis – Lessons for Systemic Change
by John Freund, CM | Jul 26, 2017 | Formation, Reflections, Systemic change
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.
Vincent’s Values – A Spiritual Perspective
by John Freund, CM | Apr 29, 2017 | Formation
“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.”
New resource for Vincentian history
by John Freund, CM | Feb 8, 2013 | Vincentian Family
The Vincentian Studies Institute of DePaul University has launched a new online research archive that will provide access to an array of historical documents on the Catholic Reformation, with special focus on Vincentian history. The website, which was created by Dr....
DePaul – world’s hub for Vincentian history
by John Freund, CM | Feb 3, 2013 | Vincentian Family
DePaul is the world’s hub for Vincentian history There are more than two million people in the world who work or volunteer in an organization that looks to St. Vincent de Paul for its inspiration. To serve them, as well as the scholarly community, DePaul made the...