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180 years since Miraculous Medal apparitions

It was a day like today on November 27, 1830 – the Saturday before First Sunday of Advent – when the Virgin Mary appeared to Catherine Labouré, a 24 year old Daughter of Charity novice during the evening meditations in the chapel at 140 Rue du Bac in Paris. It was the second time [...]


Happy Thanksgiving Day!!!

On this Thanksgiving and this day of giving thanks, we thank you for showing us how to return thanks by lives of service, by actions of hospitality, by kindness to others and by concern for each other.

We want to give thanks to all of you for your presence. We want [...]


A Story of Living Without Frontiers – Advent Letter of Superior General

As it was in previous years, Superior General, Fr. Gregory Gay CM addressed all members of the Vincentian Family in his Advent Letter. He entitled this year’s reflection: «Christmas: A Story of Living Without Frontiers». “The images of darkness and light, night and day, despair and hope, death and life, hell and heaven [...]


Superior General presents recents Curia appointments

On November 9, 2010 Superior General, Fr. Gregory Gay CM has issued a Circular Letter providing background on recent nominations of Curia officials: Econome General – Rev. Joseph Geders CM, Secretary General – Giuseppe Turati CM and Procurator General – Rev. Alberto Vernaschi CM. Below we present these Confreres to you according to [...]


They rest in peace… St. Michael’s Cemetery

The idea of cemetery germinated from the very beginning of the organization of St. Michael’s the Archangel parish in Derby, Connecticut. But it did not take fruit until 1939 when the large parcel of lawn among forest, half way between Derby and Ansonia was blessed and initiated as burial place for many Polish [...]


They rest in peace… Calvary Cemetery

Calvary Cemetery is the oldest massive burial place for Confreres of New England Province since first Vincentian pastor and superior of St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish, Greenpoint, Brooklyn was buried there. The cemetery is owned and managed by the Archdiocese of New York, actually by the Trustees of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. It’s one of [...]