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Message of the Superior General for the Feast of Saint Vincent de Paul

“Why and how can I describe Saint Vincent as a Mystic of Charity?” – Superior General, Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, C.M.  asks members of the Congregation of the Mission in his first message for the feast of St. Vincent de Paul 

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Superior General for Lent 2016: a time for fasting, a time for prayer

Father Gregory Gay is addressing Vincentian Family in his last Lenten Letter as Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission. He uses stories to help us reflect on Lent as a time for fasting and time for prayer telling stories from his personal journey and Jesus story. In all themes he [...]

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Advent 2015 – Mediators of God’s Promisses

Preparing the way for the Lord, as Father Gregory Gay, Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission reminds us in his Advent Letter  that we are  getting on the path that will make us mediators who bring God’s promises to fulfillment. Continue to read his message here, download it, get it on your [...]

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Superior General addresses Confreres on the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul

On the occasion of the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul and in the context of the Year of Vincentian Collaboration Fr. Gregory Gay, Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission addresses Confreres of Little Company in the letter below:

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Superior General announces details of the Year of Vincentian Collaboration

In 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.

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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 [...]

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