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Relation to the Vincentian Family? C.M., D.C., Sister of Charity, SVDP Society, Lay Vincentian, Independent scholar, other
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English-language Vincentian Annals now available online

DePaul University Library and DePaul’s Office of Mission and Values are proud to announce the digital publication of The Annals of the Congregation of the Mission: A Collection of Edifying Letters.…


Posted on April 10, 2017 at 9:44am

DePaul University Announces Digital Collection of St. Vincent's Handwritten Letters

In 1969, DePaul University acquired its first original, handwritten letter by St. Vincent de Paul (1581-1660), presented by the well-known book collector and DePaul alumnus Abel Berland. Since that time, through other generous gifts and judicious purchases, it has added to that first letter seven-fold. DePaul’s eight Vincent letters represents the largest such collection outside of Europe. The letters are the collective cornerstone of DePaul’s…


Posted on April 16, 2014 at 10:30am

DePaul Vincentian Holy Card Collection on the Cover of C&RL News

DePaul University Library's digital collection of Vincentian holy cards is featured in this month's College and Research Libraries News, the publication of the Association of College and Research Libraries. You can find more information about the cover image at…


Posted on October 14, 2013 at 2:57pm

DePaul University Libraries Presents: The Vincentian Holy Card Digital Collection

DePaul University Libraries, in cooperation with DePaul's Vincentian Studies Institute, is proud to announce a new digital collection of devotional cards featuring St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de Marillac, the Congregation of the Mission, and the Daughters of Charity. These cards span several centuries and many languages, and reveal the trends and shifts in the iconography of St. Vincent through the 19th and 20th centuries. Objects such as holy cards also give a fascinating glimpse into…


Posted on February 1, 2013 at 11:00am

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