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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.

WELCOME TO

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.

Reflection Of The Week

‘By drawing closer to the poor, we draw closer to God. And we students must draw closer to God a little more every day, or we’ll find ourselves falling away from Him’

-Blessed Frederic Ozanam

Who are the Vincentian Family?

AN INTRODUCTION
to the branches of the Family.

St. Peter’s Church

PHIBSBOROUGH, DUBLIN
Heart of the Vincentian Family in Ireland and home to the Vincentian Family Office today.

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Our Branches

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OUR

Three aims are:

  1. To be a cradle or incubator for new expressions of Vincentian Ministry in Ireland
  2. To appreciate more deeply our Vincentian Charism 
  3. To raise the public profile of the Vincentian Family in Ireland
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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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Fr Vitaliy Novak CM, is a Vincentian priest working for DePaul and doing great work in Ukraine. He received some of the resources purchased with the funds sent over from St. Vincent's Castleknock College that we shared a few weeks ago! Read more about the work of Fr. Novak, DePaul, and the rest of the Vincentian family in response to the crisis here:

www.rte.ie/news/world/2022/0518/1299739-ukraine-priest/
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International Connections

International Famvin Website
Famvin Ireland Directory
More international links

Phone: +353 1 810 2572     Email: info@vincentianfamily.ie

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