Articles for Vincentians of Wherever

5 Myths About Being a Vincentian Volunteer

In a great piece of writing, the Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati teach us some good information for volunteer recruitment and how to write a great article! There are many misconceptions about doing a year of service. This post looks to dispel some of these myths...

Men Transforming Men

"We're all on a spiritual Journey. The question is whether you're awake to it or not." We've shared a few posts about the women from the Colorado Vincentian Volunteers who have had opportunities for spiritual exploration and discernment recently, but what about the...

Reflecting on Service: New Orleans #IamVincent

Words of hope about serving can be just the thing to fuel prayer. Katharine Montemurri, Program Coordinator of the Colorado Vincentian Volunteers invited the CVVers who served in New Orleans (see "We can’t wait to hear about their adventures!") to share their...

Digo Si a la Vida con Gozo: Claiming my Vincentian Heart

IT ALL STARTED WITH GRAPES… Little did my parents know what they were doing when they chose not to feed me grapes as a child. Now mind you, I was not too thrilled when we didn’t buy grapes. I quite enjoyed whenever I was at a friend’s house and they had grapes to eat....
Becoming a Unicorn in Lent

Becoming a Unicorn in Lent

Change. A word that we throw around a lot. To make or become different. An act or process through which something becomes different. In the startup tech space that I work in now, change is often viewed as something highly desired. In fact, everyone is looking for that...

Get to Know: Hannah Brock

Get to Know: Hannah Brock

As the Anniversary Year committee has adopted an initiative to combat homelessness for this year and beyond, it's good to get to know people who work in this line. Depaul International is an acknowledged leader and member of the Vincentian Family. Vincentians of...

Pardon Your Servant

Pardon Your Servant

“Pardon your servant, Lord. Please send someone else,” (Exodus 4:13). Moses’s words at the burning bush have always resonated with me, in younger years before I appreciated the audacity of his request, I was struck by his humility and humanity. Moreover, I was...

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