This was the crisis situation in which 7 young men stood up and decided “to go to the margins”. This is a dramatic, very moving and very topical story, with many parallels between that period and our own.
Elizabeth Ann Seton: American Saint
by Famvin Media Resources | Oct 20, 2019 | Formation
From DePaul University, a video Q&A session by the author Catherine O’Donnell who has written the first biography of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in over 65 years.
Story Booth: History Recorded
by Aidan R. Rooney, C.M. | Sep 11, 2015 | News, Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Making memories on video is now a common family practice. And our family is no different. We've followed the Society...
Tell your Vincentian Story – the beginnings of an oral history
by John Freund, CM | Jul 13, 2015 | News, Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Many in the Vincentian Family are realizing the importance of telling the Vincentian Story. "Tell your Vincentian Story - the beginnings of an oral history" describes the innovative way used by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul to encourage members to tell their...
Breakthrough Vincentian History Project
by John Freund, CM | Nov 1, 2013 | Congregation of the Mission, Vincentian Family
Introducing a six-volume series that tells the story of the Congregation of the Mission; Vincentian priests and brothers who have worked to improve others’ spiritual and material welfare for almost four centuries. For the first time, modern readers have a...
Journey of the Vincentians – Rome to USA
by John Freund, CM | Jan 22, 2013 | Congregation of the Mission, Vincentian Family
This incredible journey from Rome to St. Louis is truly an adventure complete with many twists and turns. Over the Alps, across an ocean, a Bishop who changed the plan from New Orleans to St. Louis by way of Baltimore and Bardstown Kentucky (and an intersection with...