Articles for Vincentian Family

A Vincentian View: Bearing the Marks of Jesus

Paul ordinarily employed a scribe to write down the letters that he dictated for the benefit of his local churches.  Sometimes, however, he picks up the pen himself to write a last few lines.

A Vincentian View: The Body of Christ

On occasion, some college campuses run a program called “The Last Lecture.”  We have done it a few times at St. John’s.

A Vincentian View: A Vincentian Heart

Each year, St. John’s University organizes a program around the Vincentian Chair of Social Justice (VCSJ). 

A Vincentian View: All Are Welcome

In the middle of the Acts of the Apostles (c. 15), we find one of the first issues of exclusion in the young Christian community.

Collaboration Part II

The International Daughters of Charity Site continues their "Focus On" series with a story about co-operation between the Daughters of Charity and the St Vincent de Paul Society in Australia. The Daughters of Charity in Australia have a long history of collaboration...

When does change begin in Haiti?

"Until people affected by hardship can put their own efforts behind their recovery, change never really begins. " So writes a Zafèn lender the anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti. From a Zafèn press release... As the world’s attention returns to Haiti to mark a...

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