The Vincentian History Research Network (VHRN) is a dynamic online forum designed for researchers and scholars on Vincentian topics broadly considered. The editor for the site is the Rev. Edward R. Udovic, C.M., from the Vincentian Studies Institute of DePaul University. This site is a place to learn about Vincentian resources, share current research projects, ask questions about possible archival and bibliographic resources, announce publications or participation in conferences, and seek grant funding. Members of the VHRN can share in other ways that will support a community of "Vincentian" scholars. Please feel free to join us!
The theme of this year's Donatus Mooney Seminar at UCD is 'Research and Writing Catholicism', with participants urged to think about the ways in which we approach the study of Catholic History in a 'post-confessional age'. My contribution is 'Traditionally Innovative? Taking the Vincentian Past into the Future', in which I hope to use my relations with the Vincentian Studies Institute and the development of the Vincentian collection on…Continue
Posted by Alison Forrestal on April 29, 2016 at 5:03am
My 2014 Exhibition on the Lazarists at the Irish College Paris has gone digital ! Check out http://expositions.centreculturelirlandais.com/hospice-and-charity.php?section1
The online exhibition…Continue
Posted by Sean Alexander Smith on April 22, 2016 at 5:33am
Posted by Edward R. Udovic, C.M. on April 20, 2016 at 9:36am
As part of my ongoing new book project Succeeding the Jesuits, I have been excavating sources relevant to the Lazarists' short, but memorable, tenure as the Jesuits' successors in the Electoral Palatinate (Kurpfalz), a small but picturesque county in south-west…Continue
“A remember that one day I said to Father Aladel: 'The Holy Virgin asks of you a mission. She desires that an Association be started, and you are to be its founder and director. The group will be a…Continue
Started by Susan O'Brien. Last reply by Edward R. Udovic, C.M. Apr 8.
Is anyone working on the history of the Daughters in the period from c1920-1950? I have a feeling that we are about to leapfrog this era in historical research and move from the 19thC to the Vatican…Continue
Started by Susan O'Brien. Last reply by Edward R. Udovic, C.M. Sep 4, 2014.