We all are in this together.
By God’s grace we will get through this.
Let us pray…
I pray you are safe, well and with people you love. I know not everyone is.
During Holy Week I felt deeply grateful for the privilege of being a priest, living with other priests and thus being able to celebrate Mass and the ceremonies leading to Easter.
One of the things I love to do is to pray for other people’s intentions. Throughout the year friends send me theirs. Now, in this time of COVID-19 I invite you to do the same. Please submit your intention by filling out the form here.
I firmly believe we all are in this together. By God’s grace we will get through this. Let us pray…
Vincentian International Mission Services (VIMS) helps fuel the growth and development of the Congregation of the Mission especially in countries where resources are few and progress is difficult. We also raise funds for special projects of the Superior General so that the mission of St. Vincent dePaul thrives in the 21st century.
Vincentians are agents of change. In his day, St. Vincent inspired clergy and lay people, royalty and peasants to serve those neglected by society. We continue his ministry today. Join us in making the world holier, kinder, more productive, in short, more the way God wants it.
Projects: Our history of service
King David longed to build a ‘house’ for the Lord in Jerusalem. God inquired of David, “What kind of house can you build for me?” As the spiritual leaders of the Parish of St. John the Baptist in Biro, Benin, the missioners posed the question about God’s dwelling...
In Damacus, Syria, the Vincentian confreres are known for their house “Couvent des Lazarist,” founded 1783. From the “Couvent des Lazariste,” the Vincentians administer a school, Alfajer Ecole. The war in Syria has greatly and negatively impacted the lives of...
The Vincentian charism calls us to connect our internal, spiritual growth with service to those at the margins of society. Our international mission on Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands embodies that practice: metaphorically as an island whose center is never far...
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