See a presentation on Mercy and Justice, illustrated using examples from Scripture and from the life of St. Vincent de Paul.
September 11 is the Feast Day of St. John Gabriel Perboyre, C.M. Watch a video based on an article by Fr. Robert Maloney, C.M.
Watch a video about the beginning of the St. Vincent de Paul Society; its principal founder, Frederic Ozanam; and how his legacy lives on today.
See or download a presentation about Blessed Ghèbre-Michael, martyr.
On August 23, 1617, St. Vincent founded the First Confraternity of Charity at Châtillon-les-Dombes. The Confraternities became what we know today as the Ladies of Charity or AIC (International Association of Charities). Read St. Vincent’s own description in this SlideShare presentation.
See a presentation based on the article “The Concept of Consecration in the Writings of Louise de Marillac” by Sister Carmen Urrizburu, D.C.
Podcast of an article by Juan Patricio Prager, C.M. on “The Vincentian Charism, Vincentian Spirituality and Our Way of Life”. Go to podcast
July 31 is the anniversary of the founding of the Sisters of Charity in the United States. The community expanded as it received requests from bishops in New York, St. Louis, Missouri; Cincinnati, Ohio and elsewhere across North America to send sisters to staff schools, orphanages, and hospitals. See a presentation from the diary of Sr. Rose White, one of the original Sisters who began the work in Emmitsburg along with Mother Seton.