Being Vincentian is much more than a volunteer: it is a vocation. It is a purpose in life.
Vincentians of Wherever
Based on the practices ingrained during CVV I have a solid foundation to build from, a comfort level with introspection, vulnerability, and thoughtfulness..
My daughter Linnea asked me to write a few thoughts about her time at VMC. What follows is my effort to share my point of view from a father’s perspective.
Telling my parents that I wanted to do a year of service after graduation was one of the most stressful things I’ve had to do in my life.
Have you ever bothered to study the long term results of your youth and young adult program?
Living simply, caring for our planet and conserving resources, … are just a few of the ways we continue to live out the charism.
Active in her Catholic parish community, Jonna uses her faith to help guide her through many of life’s important decisions, like her internship.
The St. Vincent de Paul Young Adult Center, located in the Germantown section of Philadelphia (USA), provides unique educational service trips following the examples of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac. Their aim is to allow students to have an...
A true Vincentian, she’ll hire people with insight into the immigrant and refugee experience, and have been directly impacted by Buffalo’s systemic poverty.
Everyone has a story that will break your heart. And, if you’re really paying attention, most people have a story that will bring you to your knees.
Savor the good times, and yes, even the challenging times. Community is absolutely incredible, and so much more than a simple definition could ever capture.
Since 1856, Niagara University has been living the Vincentian tradition in upstate New York (USA). They continue to research and study this tradition.