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2016 General Assembly Logo Unveiled

AG2016 banner 570 txt engPreparation Commission of the upcoming General Assembly of the Congregation of the Mission has approved the design of official logo for the event.  Mr. Arturo Asensio Moruno of Spain is the author.


Superior General announces details of the Year of Vincentian Collaboration

YVC2015-3 570 ENGIn this Circular Letter to members of the Vincentian Family worldwide Fr. Gregory Gay, C.M., Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission, gives details and some resources to be used in preparing celebration of the Year of Vincentian Collaboration 2015-2016 announced in the Letter of January 30, 2016.


VSO Bulletin – March 2015

The Vincentian Solidarity Office (VSO)
is a program of service of the General Curia of the Congregation of the Mission. It was established by the Superior General and the General Council in 2002, and opened for service on January 1, 2003. Its main goal is to assist the Congregation of the Mission with obtaining funds for its evangelization and service of the poor. The VSO bulletin is published four times a year and brings latest reports on developments of the projects sponsored by the Office.


Lent 2015 – Letter of the Superior General


“My theme for this Lenten reflection centers on reconciliation, peace, and humility, which I chose after insights I gained in pastoral visits I made to apostolates of the Daughters of Charity in South Korea, Nagasaki, Japan, and Mauritania and Tunisia, Africa.” writes Rev. Gregory Gay, C.M., Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission in his Lenten Letter to the Vincentian Family worldwide.


390 Years of Proclaiming Good News to Those Living in Poverty

Folleville Vincent 565January 25, Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul, Apostle marks the anniversary of the Founding of the Congregation of the Mission by St. Vincent de Paul. Actually, it wasn’t legally founded on that day. This took place seven years later on April 17, 1625. But Saint Vincent himself points the day, when he gave a sermon in Folleville on importance of general confession to local peasants was the beginning of the Little Company, as he always called his community. Response to his teaching was so enormous, that priests from other parishes had to come and help him hearing the confession.