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Let us take the time to consider the many families around the world who are, right now, experiencing homelessness, living in inadequate housing, and are exhausted by natural disaster and conflict.
His life changed when he accessed one of the new 502 housing units that make up the latest “13 Houses” Campaign project, the first in Sydney and New South Wales (NSW), Australia.
During the cold nights of Bogotá, you can find groups of six people looking for people sleeping on the streets of the Colombian capital.
In each person we met, God was waiting for us, welcoming us and teaching us how to serve Him humbly.
Terri and husband Tane immigrated to New Zealand from Kiribati islands in 2008 with their 2-year-old son. They initially lived with friends.
My contact with so many cases and stories of migrants over the last two years has made me reflect deeply…
Have you ever had a medical emergency after hours?
Ada Ferreira, the volunteer ambassador from Brazil, hasn’t missed a chance to encourage Vincentians to join the Alliance and the “13 Houses” Campaign.
During the Apostolic Journey to Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius, the Holy Father Francis visited the City of Friendship, Akamasoa.
Abundio became one of the beneficiaries of the “13 Houses” Campaign project “Houses for Hueyapán,” where eight different branches of the Mexican Vincentian Family joined efforts.
Diaries of a Vincentian takes a closer look at some of the more personal experiences of Vincentians working with homeless people, slum dwellers and refugees.