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390 Years of Proclaiming Good News to Those Living in Poverty

January 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 [...]

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Liturgy for January 25 – Proper of the Congregation of the Mission

Texts of the Liturgy of the Hours and Roman Missal for the Feast of Conversion of Saint Paul, Apostle – Anniversary of the Founding of the COngregation of the Mission – proper of the Congregation of the Mission. The presentation included alternative texts for the Office of Readings.

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Fostering a Vincentian Identity in Parish Work [Study]

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380 years in service of the Poor

On this day, November 29, 380 years ago in 1633 in the house of Mademoiselle Le Gras – Louise de Marillac – near Saint-Nicolas du Chardonnet church at Rue des Fosses-Saint-Victor the Daughters of Charity, the Little Company of the servants of the poor and sick was born. No special act of foundation [...]

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Sr. Carol Keehan, D.C. – Vincentian Focus on Health Care in the USA

Sr. Carol Keehan, D.C., President and CEO of Catholic Health Association was a keynote speaker of the 12th National Assembly of Ladies of Charity USA held in Bethesda, MD on Saturday, September 15. In her presentation, ”A Vincentian Focus on Health Care in the USA”, she addressed main issues of National Health Reform. [...]

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Superior General addresses Ladies of Charity USA Assembly

Reflecting on the theme “Giving in Faith and Love” more than 250 people participated in the 12th Annual National Assembly of Ladies of Charity USA which took place in Hyatt Regency, Bethesda, MD, September 12-16, 2012. Fr. Gregory Gay CM, Superior General, was a keynote speaker on Friday, September 14. As Fr. Robert Gielow [...]

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