Homeless people exist. Calling them by their name is a question of humanity and fraternity, recognizing them with an ID and personal documents means building a healthy, united, open and creative society.
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The Famvin Homeless Alliance (FHA) has reached three years working with the poorest of the poor and the homeless.
Our friends feel welcomed, cared for and loved. This is relevant.
Whether or not St. Vincent would have organized a sleep-out, he certainly gives us an example of doing new things and speaking to powerful people in order to carry out his work.
The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North America Joins the Fight Against Homelessness Inspired by the 13 Houses Campaign
The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America approached the FHA after learning about our work with homeless people and the 13 Houses Campaign.
Members of the Vincentian Family gathered together in order to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Curitiba Province of the Congregation of the Mission.
It was the middle of September when I, once again, had the privilege of travelling to Untermarchtal, Germany to the Sisters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul.
There, by God’s grace, I found the Vincentian Family. They have given me a new life, joy, love, safety, training, a job, a home and a myriad of other small helps.
These stories, these lives, are the real tragedies on the stage of London – playing out each day, each night. In plain sight, yet invisible.
#13 seems to be a key number for Vincentians fighting homelessness around the world, despite all the superstitions that surround that number.
The Famvin Homeless Alliance is gathering information on all Vincentian homelessness ministries and placing them onto an accessible map.
During the cold nights of Bogotá, you can find groups of six people looking for people sleeping on the streets of the Colombian capital.