Our Charism

“When together with other members of the Vincentian Family we share in the life and goals of the poor, we will discover the presence of the Spirit Of The Lord who renews us to speak with them, listen to them, consider them as agents of their own way to liberation. Then we can let ourselves be evangelised by them.”

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Our Work

1617 was a decisive year in the life of a young priest named Vincent de Paul.

It was then, while acting as chaplain to the de Gondi family that he came to realise how ignorant the poor people of the French countryside were about their faith.

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Safeguarding Children, Policy and Procedures

Download the Safeguarding Policy Document

The NBSCCCI is undertaking a routine safeguarding practice review of all dioceses and religious orders in Ireland.  The Vincentian Community is currently being reviewed as part of this process. 

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Most Recent Blog Entries

Pope at Morning Mass: Imitate John The Baptist

Says Jesus’ Cousin Is a Model for All Christians

Vatican City, June 24, 2014 (Zenit.org)

 

At morning Mass in the Casa Santa Marta today, Pope Francis recalled that today is the feast of the Natiivity of St. John the Baptist. He said this cousin and precursor of Jesus should be a model for Christians to imitate.

In his homily, the Pope described John’s vocation in three verbs: to prepare, to discern, and to diminish.

Taking up the title of the martyr John the Baptist, “the greatest of the prophets,” the Pope urged those present to learn from his example.

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CM Superior General speaks of Mercy

Father Gregory Gay CM, Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission, speaks of mercy. From the website of the Brothers of the CMM (Congregatio Fratrum Beatae Mariae Virginis, Mater Misericordiae). “To have an inspiring start of this day, the general board had invited Fr. Gregory Gay to be the key-note speaker. His lecture was very inspiring indeed, and we would like to share his words with you, by providing the text and a video compilation.

F. Gay give an overview – Today, I will explore the virtue of mercy, starting with our contemporary situation, and then retrieving its biblical and spiritual foundations. I will look at the impact of virtue of mercy and its influence on the Church and Christian life. Then I will reflect developing a “culture of mercy” in a world often seen as merciless. After that, I will offer some reflection questions for reflection and discussion. Finally, I will close with a short meditation on mercy, taken from a talk given by Pope Francis to parish priests in Rome, which I think, is a wonderful witness to mercy.

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Sermonium

For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

Bible, 1 Timothy 6:10

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