Two-minute video based on a letter written by Frederic Ozanam.
Ralph Middlecamp, President of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul USA, identifies 5 characteristics of Frederic Ozanam that will help us to look at how we serve those who are poor in charity and justice. See the video
In 1817 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton sent three Sisters to New York to serve the growing number of orphans and newly arrived immigrants. Now in their third century, the Sisters have grown with the city of New York, continuing to see and recognize the needs of each generation. Hear some of their personal stories in this award-winning video.
Two key aspects of Easter in the Vincentian tradition. See the video
Take some time and reflect on this video on mortification in the Vincentian tradition.
In this presentation, Frederic Ozanam defends the tradition of almsgiving in the face of criticism from the Socialists of his day.
Who was this simple country girl who became a symbol of Our Lord’s loving mercy toward those who are poor? Find out in this presentation.
See how St. Vincent de Paul acted in cooperation with God’s plan in a series of events that led to the founding of the Congregation of the Mission in 17th Century France. See the presentation