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VLM/VMC Impact: “I Come in Peace and Will Leave in Peace”

I was sure that I was not coming to Chepnyal to cause harm in anyway, therefore the promise of coming in peace and leaving in peace appeared easy.

VLM/VMC Impact: Continuing to Embrace the Vincentian Charism

Meet Krissy Bruce, a 2007 and 2008 Vincentian Lay Missionary in Ethiopia, and learn how she continues to embrace the Vincentian Charism today.

VLM/VMC Impact: To Serve Others and to Work to Improve Issues of Social Injustice

We continue to share a series of reflections made by Vincentian Lay Missionaries and Vincentian Mission Corps participants about their experience serving, how it has impacted their lives and how they continue to live the Vincentian Charism today.  Ever since...

VLM/VMC Impact: How Can I Serve in My Own Backyard?

We continue to share a series of reflections made by Vincentian Lay Missionaries and Vincentian Mission Corps participants about their experience serving, how it has impacted their lives and how they continue to live the Vincentian Charism today.  I became a...
Providence and Vincentian Lay Missionaries

Providence and Vincentian Lay Missionaries

Providence. It is the word I give when asked how I connected to Vincentian Lay Missionaries (VLM) and Marillac St. Vincent Family Services (MSVFS). This idea of providence—the protective care of God—was taught to me by the Daughters of Charity and Congregation of the Mission when I was a Gateway Vincentian Volunteer (now Vincentian Mission Corps) in St. Louis. It is a lesson I continue to carry with me today as I am called to live the mission of Marillac St. Vincent Family Services and Vincentian Lay Missionaries, in my professional work and in my life.

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