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Christmas message from the Superior General and Curia personnel

Under the theme drawn from the Letter to Hebrews (12:2): “Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith” Superior General, Fr. Gregory Gay C.M. brings his traditional Christmas message and greetings to all members of the Vincentian Family worldwide in a 8 minutes videos. In other video (16 min) their own [...]


Fr. Joseph Lachowski, C.M. died

“The length of our days is seventy years — or eighty, if we have the strength; yet their span is but trouble and sorrow, for they quickly pass, and we fly away.” (Psalm 90,10)

On December 20, 2012 in age of 84, 65 years of vocation and 58 years of priesthood,  Father [...]


May angels lead you into paradise…

News that came today in the afternoon, December 14, 2012, from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut shed a veil of pain, sorrow and anxiety on all of us. This tragedy forced us to stop at our activities, reflect and mourn. It happened in our neighborhood. We, as the community of Vincentian [...]


Act of Consecration of the to Blessed Virgin on December 8

In the morning of December 8, the Solemnity of Immaculate Conception each year community of the Congregation of the Mission during the common prayer  by a special act renew the consecration of itself to the Blessed Virgin. This Feast of Her Immaculate Conception was chosen as a fit day to recall the memory [...]


@Pontifex – Benedict XVI launches his official Twitter account

For the first time in history Pontifex Maximus opens his own social media account. It was announced here and there in prior. And the day has come! Today Pope launched his “personal” – Benedict XVI – account on Twitter supported by Vatican’s communication office. It’s hardly possible Benedict XVI will manage and update [...]


Letter of the Superior General for Advent 2012

Advent Letter of the Superior General, Fr. Gregory Gay CM  titled “A Journey to Christ and our Charism” addressed to all members of the Vincentian Family reads: “Once we allow Advent to renew us in Jesus’ love and mercy, we can give ourselves more fully to the Vincentian charism.”