The Vincentiana Collection at the Special Collections Department at DePaul University recently acquired the memorial card for Sr. Helene Studler, a Daughter of Charity decorated for her work in the French Resistance during World War II.
Here is a link to a 1989 Vincentian Heritage Article:…
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Daughters of Charity's school, Japan, Takaoka (before 1964). © Archives des Filles de la Charité, Paris.
I’m delighted to announce the publication of an edited volume of essays about the Daugthers of Charity.
More than twenty scholars have studied the history of the Sisters…Continue
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To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Congregation of the Mission’s work in the United States, DePaul University Library, with the assistance of DePaul’s Office of Mission and Values, presents The Bicentennial Celebration of the Vincentians in America: An Exhibition at the John T. Richardson Library.…
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Sean Smith and I are delighted to announce the publication of an edited volume of essays, which contains two substantial contributions on the early modern history of the Vincentians by Sean and Andrew McCormick.
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Congratulations to longtime Vincentian Studies Institute member Fr. John Rybolt, C.M. who will receive an Honorary Doctorate from Niagara University on Thursday, September 29th at Niagara’s Vincentian Convocation. The Convocation is an opportunity for the Niagara community to learn more about the Vincentian Mission, particularly the impact of a Vincentian education on the Church, society and the world. The Convocation strives to honor and celebrate people who embody the…Continue