This presentation was created by the Vincentian Confraternity of Psychologists to share some advice to help those who help others to feel better, less anxious, and less worried about the pandemic.
Are you dedicated to computing and want to serve God with your talents?
A National Association of Vincentian Lawyers already exists in Peru. And others are springing up in other Latin American countries. Many hope to form an International Association of Vincentian Lawyers.
As explained on the FAMVIN website: “The Vincentian Family is composed of many groups of Christians who, following in the footsteps of Saint Vincent de Paul, want to continue the mission of Christ by announcing the Good News of God’s love to the poor … and they do...
Update on the Confraternity of Vincentian Educators in Latin America meeting, which was held (via zoom)
The members of these confraternities share their experiences and their joy in being able to serve Jesus in the person of the most impoverished.
The Confraternity of Vincentian Psychologists has begun to offer online psychological assistance to those persons who are helping others
Gathered together as a Confraternity, we spoke about the different ways in which we must accept the commitment to proclaim Good News and to do that from the perspective of the reality of abandonment, social exclusion and/or the peripheries.
The Vincentian Indigenous Confraternity, during their second virtual meeting, decided to establish a team that would take responsibility for our external communication.
Last Thursday, September 10, the third meeting of the Confraternity of Translators took place at 3:00 p.m. Lima – Peru time. We were glad to see that new members from different countries and therefore different languages joining in each meeting, which will allow us to bring the good news to more people around the world.
Learn about the creation and mission of the Confraternity CONVIREDES.
We, the former students of Vincentian educational institutions, “Vincentians Without Borders” met for the second time.