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The Vincentian Family in Ireland

There are nine branches of the Vincentian Family in Ireland. Each branch of the family has its own page on the site. We invite you to learn more about each branch of the family as you explore our website.

As part of the 400th Anniversary Celebrations of the Vincentian Charism in 2017, the nine branches of the Vincentian Family came together to form a National Council in Ireland, in order to better serve people living in poverty.

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“We aim to be a cradle or incubator for new expressions of Vincentian Ministry in Ireland”

“We aim to appreciate more deeply our Vincentian Charism”

“We aim to raise the public profile of the Vincentian Family in Ireland”

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The Vincentian Family in Ireland

There are nine branches of the Vincentian Family in Ireland. Each branch of the family has its own page on the site. We invite you to learn more about each branch of the family as you explore our website.

As part of the 400th Anniversary Celebrations of the Vincentian Charism in 2017, the nine branches of the Vincentian Family came together to form a National Council in Ireland, in order to better serve people living in poverty.

JOIN THE MEETING
Louise de Marillac

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The Vincentian Family is inspired by the life and work of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac. They share the belief that God is present among us and particularly in those who are marginalised or living in poverty.

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JUNE Month of the Sacred Heart

“For Vincent, the heart of Jesus was the source of missionary zeal. For Louise, it was the font of a burning charity that was both affective and effective. Hence, “Mission et Charité” have had a central role in the lives of their followers, with different accents, in the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity.”

“The emblems of the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity both appear to derive from (Louise’s painting above) “The Lord of Charity”.

(Fr. Bob Maloney CM Sacred Heart-Spirituality of Vincent and Louise)

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JUNE Month of the Sacred Heart
“For Vincent, the heart of Jesus was the source of missionary zeal. For Louise, it was the font of a burning charity that was both affective and effective. Hence, “Mission et Charité” have had a central role in the lives of their followers, with different accents, in the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity.”
“The emblems of the Congregation of the Mission and the Daughters of Charity both appear to derive from (Louise’s painting above) “The Lord of Charity”.
(Fr. Bob Maloney CM Sacred Heart-Spirituality of Vincent and Louise)
#Vincentian #VincentianFamily #FamVin

Feast of Corpus Christi

Christ put on the cloak of humanity for his 33 years on earth, being present to us physically, and constantly reminding us that he had come to serve and not to be served. In the Eucharist, He remains physically present, and humbles Himself even further by serving as our food and drink.

And all he asks in return is our hearts.

Reflect

In partaking of the Eucharist, do I sincerely and fully offer my heart in return?

Source: members.ssvpusa.org/formation/formation-resources/vincentian-reflections/
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Feast of Corpus Christi
Christ put on the cloak of humanity for his 33 years on earth, being present to us physically, and constantly reminding us that he had come to serve and not to be served. In the Eucharist, He remains physically present, and humbles Himself even further by serving as our food and drink.
And all he asks in return is our hearts.
Reflect
In partaking of the Eucharist, do I sincerely and fully offer my heart in return?
Source: https://members.ssvpusa.org/formation/formation-resources/vincentian-reflections/

Thursday 9th May marks the feast of St. Louise de Marillac. Founder of the Daughters of Charity, she was canonised by Pope Pius XI on the 11th March 1934. Today, there are more than 13,000 Daughters of Charity living and working in more than 96 countries throughout the world. Please enjoy this video.

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International Connections

International Famvin Website
Famvin Ireland Directory
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Phone: +353 1 810 2572     Email: info@vincentianfamily.ie

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