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.

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An opportunity for Vincentian Higher Education

An opportunity for Vincentian Higher Education

Education for Global Citizenship Summary Reflections of the 66th Annual UN DPI/NGO Conference in Gyeongju, Republic of Korea In his opening remarks For the UN Department of Public Information/Non-Governmental Organization (DPI/NGO) conference on Education for Global Citizenship: Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Together, Secretary General Ban Ki Moon recounted his own experience growing up in […]

CM General Assembly News, Day 02 #AG2016CM

CM General Assembly News, Day 02 #AG2016CM

The delegates all came back for the second day of the assembly. After going through some logistics and the minutes from yesterday, Joe Agostino, the chair of the Preparatory Commission  and international coordinator of the Vincentian Family Office, spoke about the planned work of the General Assembly, noting that much of the work of the […]

Journal of Vincentian Social Action

Journal of Vincentian Social Action

St. John’s University has announced the launch of the Journal of Vincentian Social Action, a new contribution to Vincentian Scholarship. Available online through Digital Commons, the journal provides a scholarly forum for those working to address community-defined needs; a forum where practical solutions are presented to address the plight of the disadvantaged and needy. Measurement […]

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