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Book One: The Life of Vincent de Paul

Abelly Book One, Index of Chapters One Through Seventeen

Abelly Book One, Chapter One
The Church in France at the Time of the Birth of Vincent de Paul

Abelly Book One, Chapter Two
The Birth and Education of Vincent de Paul

Abelly Book One, Chapter Three
Studies and Promotion to the Clerical State

Abelly Book One, Chapter Four
Vincent de Paul is Captured by Pirates and Taken to Barbary

Abelly Book One, Chapter Five
Monsieur Vincent's Return to France; His First Stay in Paris

Abelly Book One, Chapter Six
Monsieur Vincent Appointed Pastor of Clichy Where he Serves as a Good Shepherd

Abelly Book One, Chapter Seven
His Associations with the de Gondi House

Abelly Book One, Chapter Eight
A General Confession Made by a Peasant Occasions Monsieur Vincent's First Mission, and This in Turn Leads to Others

Abelly Book One, Chapter Nine
Vincent Secretly Withdraws from the de Gondi House but Later Returns There

Abelly Book One, Chapter Ten
The Beginnings of the Confraternity of Charity for the Sick Poor

Abelly Book One, Chapter Eleven
The Conversion of Several Heretics whom Monsieur Vincent Brought Back to the Catholic Church

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twelve
The Marvelous Change Brought About in the Life of a Noble Person under Monsieur Vincent's Spiritual Direction

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirteen
Different Works of Piety that Monsieur Vincent Was Involved with After His Return to the de Gondi Household

Abelly Book One, Chapter Fourteen
After Appointment as Royal Chaplain of the Galleys, Monsieur Vincent Visits Provence and Guienne to Provide Physical and Spiritual Help to the Convicts

Abelly Book One, Chapter Fifteen
He Provides for the Physical and Spiritual Necessities of the Poor of Macon, with Excellent Results

Abelly Book One, Chapter Sixteen
He is Chosen by the Blessed Francis de Sales, Bishop of Geneva, and by Mother de Chantal as the First Spiritual Father and Superior of the Religious of the Visitation of Saint Mary in Paris

Abelly Book One, Chapter Seventeen
He is Appointed Head of the College des Bons Enfants, and Later Makes the First Foundation of the Congregation of the Mission

Abelly Book One, Index of Chapters Eighteen Through Thirty Five

Abelly Book One, Chapter Eighteen
Madame de Gondi Passes from This Life to a Better One. Monsieur Vincent Goes to the College des Bons Enfants

Abelly Book One, Chapter Nineteen
Monsieur Vincent's Dispositions of Body and Soul and his Manner of Acting

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty
The Birth and Establishment of the Congregation of the Mission

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty One
Some Remarkable Statements of Monsieur Vincent Regarding the Spirit of Humility and the Other Virtuous Dispositions He Wished to See as the Foundation of His New Congregation

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Two
The Establishment of the Priests of the Congregation of the Mission at Saint Lazare

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Three
Account of the Great Good Accomplished in the Church by the Founding of the Congregation of the Mission, of which Monsieur Vincent Was the Prime Mover; First, the Establishment of the Confraternity of Charity for the Corporal and Spiritual Help of the Sick Poor

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Four
The Establishment of the Daughters of Charity, Servants of the Sick Poor

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Five
The Ordination Retreats for the Benefit of Those Wishing to Receive Holy Orders

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Six
Spiritual Retreats for Various Groups of People

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Seven
Spiritual Conferences for Clergy

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Eight
The Establishment of the Hospitals in Paris and Marseilles for the Galley Slaves

Abelly Book One, Chapter Twenty Nine
The Founding of a Group of Women to Serve in the Hotel Dieu Hospital of Paris and for Other Works of Charity in Paris and Elsewhere

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty
The Establishment of a Foundling Hospital

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty One
The Founding of Several Seminaries for Clergy
Included in the above: Chapter Thirty One (Bis) <Ftn: This chapter was intended for inclusion by Abelly, but was published only in 1841 after it was recovered from the Sulpician archives.>Monsieur Vincent's Collaboration with Father Olier in Various Pious Works

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Two
Some Help Given by Monsieur Vincent to the late Commander de Sillery and to the Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, commonly called the Knights of Malta

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Three
Missions Given in the Army in 1636, and the Rules Given by Monsieur Vincent to the Missionaries for this Service

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Four
The Establishment of the First Internal Seminary, at Saint Lazare, for the Congregation of the Mission

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Five
Monsieur Vincent Devotes Himself to the Poor of Lorraine during the War and Takes Particular Care of Some Gentlemen and Ladies, Refugees in Paris

Abelly Book One, Index of Chapters Thirty Six Through Fifty Two

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Six
Services Provided by Monsieur Vincent to the Late King, Louis XIII of Glorious Memory, in His Last Illness, for the Spiritual Good of his Soul

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Seven
Monsieur Vincent is Appointed to the Council for Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Kingdom During the Regency of the Queen Mother

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Eight
Monsieur Vincent's Help in Establishing the Congregation of the Daughters of the Cross and for the Spiritual Good of its Members

Abelly Book One, Chapter Thirty Nine
Monsieur Vincent's Experiences During the Troubled Times of 1649. What Occurred During Several Trips He Made at that Time

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty
Monsieur Vincent Works for the Relief of the Poor of the Frontier Regions Devastated by the War, Especially Champagne and Picardy

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty One
The Death of the Prior of Saint Lazare. Monsieur Vincent's Appreciation of Him

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Two
The Help Given by Monsieur Vincent to the Poor of Paris and Several Other Places During the Troubled Times of 1652 and Later

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Three
Monsieur Vincent in Service to the King and Kingdom during the Troubled Times Beginning in 1652

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Four
Monsieur Vincent's Opposition to the Errors of Jansenism

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Five
The Home for the Aged Poor Begun at Paris by Monsieur Vincent; The General Hospital for the Poor Begun by Him in that Same City

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Six
A Census of the Houses of the Congregation of the Mission Founded During the Lifetime of Monsieur Vincent

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Seven
Monsieur Vincent Gives the Rules to his Congregation. What He Said on this Occasion

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Eight
Other Works of Piety in Which Monsieur Vincent was Involved Besides His Usual Duties

Abelly Book One, Chapter Forty Nine
A Reflection on the Pains and Afflictions Endured by Monsieur Vincent

Abelly Book One, Chapter Fifty
Monsieur Vincent's Illnesses and the Saintly Use He Made of Them

Abelly Book One, Chapter Fifty One
His Preparation for Death

Abelly Book One, Chapter Fifty Two
Events Surrounding the Death of Monsieur Vincent