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Message of the Superior General for the Feast of St. Vincent de Paul 2018

As usual at this time of the year, Father Tomaž Mavrič, CM, Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission addresses the Vincentian Family on the occasion of the feast of St. Vincent de Paul, celebrated on September 27. This year he invites us to deepen our knowledge of the saints, blesseds and servants of God [...]

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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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Father Richard McCullen, C.M. died

Most Reverend Richard McCullen, C.M., 89, former Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission and Company of the Daughters of Charity died peacefully in a sleep today at dawn, December 24, 2015.

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Superior General addresses Vincentian Family on Christmas from St. Peter’s Square

“Greetings from Via della  Conzilliazione, the street that leads us to the St. Peter’s Square” says Fr. Gregory Gay, Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission beginning his traditional Christmas message addressed to all the Vincentian Family in the world. Watch the video or read transcription of the message below.

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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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