Articles for VIP

Vincentians in Partnership (VIP) presented at Citizens UK Election Assembly

Vincentians in Partnership (VIP) presented at  Citizens UK Election Assembly - Two members of VIP's Justice Group, Marlene Burt (AIC) and Sr Margaret Brady (Daughters of Charity) represented Vincentians In Partnership at the Citizens UK Election Assembly on 4th May in...

Birmingham Declaration – Vincentian Advocacy

Birmingham Declaration – Vincentian Advocacy – VIP (Vincentians in Partnership) , along with SVP, SSVP and The Daughters of Charity in Great Britain have signed up to the ‘Birmingham Declaration’

Vincentians in Partnership – Justice e-newsletter

...to the Vincentians in Partnership November justice e-newsletter. Vincentians in Partnership is the umbrella organisation of all Vincentian organisations in Great Britain. This monthly e-newsletter gives you the latest news from the VIP and the Vincentian Family and...

UK “cannot afford poverty” – Catholic Charities

Vincentians in Partnership (VIP), along with other Catholic charities, including a number of our partners, have signed an open letter written by Helen O'Brien, CSAN’s Chief Executive, to the Public Accounts Committee, regarding public costs incurred by rising poverty...
Company of Mission Priests (CMP)

Company of Mission Priests (CMP)

The Vincentian in Partnership Newsletter (VIP) has a nice short paragraph about a group of collaborators known as the Company of MIssion Priests or CMP. Company of Mission Priests This society of Anglican priests, under the patronage of St Matthew and St Vincent de...

Birmingham Declaration – Vincentian Advocacy

Vincentians in Partnership Newsletter

Among the news items....SVP distribute 5000 Vinnie Packs to homeless! Reported in this weekend’s Independent Catholic News, SVP volunteers have distributed 5000 cold weather survival packs to homeless people through their soup runs and church projects around the UK....

Vincentians carry the Olympic Torch

Vincentians in Partnership are very proud that a number of Vincentians were chosen to carry the Olympic Torch due to their inspirational stories of personal achievement and contribution to the local community. Pictured is: Ted Haughey who manages Depaul UK’s Simonside...

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