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The Congregation of the Mission, often known as Vincentian Fathers and Brothers or Lazarists, is a community of Roman Catholic priests and brothers founded by St. Vincent de Paul in 1625 for the evangelization of the poor and the formation of the clergy. Vincentian priests and brothers total over 4000 worldwide and serve in 86 countries.

News of the Vincentian Family via: FAMVIN News

I am Vincent #IamVincent

I am Vincent #IamVincent

The International Vincentian Family website, http://famvin.org, is publishing stories of young adults who have been captivated and formed in the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul. Called, “#IamVincent”, this project was launched to allow young Vincentians to connect with the experiences of others throughout the Vincentian world. Articles that are stories of service, spiritual reflections, […]

My Work Experience at The United Nations (by Michael O’Driscoll)

My Work Experience at The United Nations (by Michael O’Driscoll)

Sr. Catherine Prendergast writes, “I thought I would take the approach of adding the voice of a young person to our sharing.” So here’s Michael O’Driscoll… When you pass through the gates of that Iconic building which houses the United Nations in New York, you find yourself standing in a plaza of sorts. Magnificent pieces […]

Getting to #IamVincent: Formation Experiences

Sr. Pat Evanick, D.C., writes, “Learning is our Vincentian Way….” You will find that charity is a heavy burden to carry, heavier than the bowl of soup and full basket. You will keep your gentleness and your smile. It is not enough to give soup and bread. This the rich can do. YOU ARE THE […]

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