Articles for Vincentians

An anthem for the Vincentian Family???

This YouTube video of Josh Wilson is making the rounds on Facebook and when I listened to it I thought “what a song for Vincentians to live.”

"Non-virtual" premiere of DePaul's first "virtual" exhibition

Vincentians in France are known as "Lazarists" since St. Lazare played such an important part in its early history. After its confiscation by the revolutionary government, Saint-Lazare began another long chapter in its history serving as a women's prison until...

Church historian’s perspective on Vincentian Education

“Integrating the Love of God and Neighbor”: The Vincentians and American Higher Education A Catholic Church Historian muses,  "Today the two largest Catholic universities in the United States are St. John’s, founded in Brooklyn in 1870, and DePaul, founded in Chicago...

Church historian's perspective on Vincentian Education

“Integrating the Love of God and Neighbor”: The Vincentians and American Higher Education A Catholic Church Historian muses,  "Today the two largest Catholic universities in the United States are St. John’s, founded in Brooklyn in 1870, and DePaul, founded in Chicago...

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