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The Vincentian Family Tree, authored by Betty Ann McNeil, DC (Chicago: Vincentian Studies Institute, 1996), traces in exact detail the roots of the entire Vincentian family worldwide– an enormous undertaking of groundbreaking nature. The book is available through the DePaul University Bookstore.


The Vincentian movement continues to evolve. The Vincentian Family Office (VFO) has undertaken a worldwide survey to verify and identify all current branches of the Vincentian Family. More information here

Click on each of the headings below to see excerpts from the book The Vincentian Family Tree.

Image: This massive oak tree at St. Vincent’s birthplace was planted sometime between 1200 and 1230. Thus, it was alive during the time in which St. Vincent lived.

Other Family Links

For more about the Vincentian Family Tree, click here.

For more about the Vincentian Family in North America, click here.

For more about the “FAMVIN” website and community, click here.

Daughters of Charity – Province of the West: Our Vincentian Family

Family Tree Project

Vincentian Family on Wikipedia


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