SVP – The Wonder of Christmas

SVP Christmas Appeal Society of St. Vincent de Paul National President, Rose McGowan, has launched the SVP Christmas Appeal. Please consider donating if you can. The SVP lives out the Vincentian ethos, inspired by St. Vincent himself, on a daily basis. They need your help and assistance to do this. Thank You. https://www.svp.ie/donate/  

2023-12-09T18:04:56+00:00December 9, 2023|

St. Catherine Laboure and The Miraculous Medal

ST. CATHERINE LABOURE AND THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL St. Catherine Labouré was blessed with apparitions of Mary Immaculate, to which we owe the famous Miraculous Medal. For the forty-six years (from the year of the apparitions until her death), only she and her confessor knew who it was to whom the Miraculous Medal was revealed, despite many pressures she received to reveal the secret. The fact that Catherine kept her secret for so long created a sense of mystery, not just in the reflections on her life, but during her life. Read Marillac Solitude-of-Saint-Catherine-Laboure.pdf (famvin.org)

2023-11-24T11:15:31+00:00November 22, 2023|

Visit of Fr. Rolando Limjoco CM

Visit of Fr. Rolando Limjoco CM Sub Director of the International Association of the Miraculous Medal (AMM) and Mr. Kevin Eguia, executive Secretary of the International AMM PETER’S CHURCH PHIBSBOROUGH; MONDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2023   Fr. Rolando and Kevin met with the Phibsborough group of the AMM at their monthly gathering. There was an excellent attendance, some 20 members. We are very grateful for the presence of Sr. Claire Mc Kiernan DC, Co-ordinator of the Vincentian Family Council in Ireland at our meeting. Unfortunately  no members from Belfast or Ballyfermot were able to attend this ‘extraordinary’ gathering. Furthermore, because of ...[Click title to read more]

2023-11-12T10:34:35+00:00November 10, 2023|

Vincentian Family Schools Formation Day

FamVin Schools Formation Day Concluding the day with mass in the College Chapel       Our recent FamVin Schools Formation Day took place in St. Vincent's Castleknock College recently. The day was held on the Feast of St. Vincent dePaul.             Candles representing each of our Vincentian Family Schools     There were five Vincentian Family Schools in attendance, including St. Louise's Comprehensive College Belfast, Holy Faith Clontarf, St. Mary's Holy Faith Glasnevin, St. Paul's College Raheny, and St. Vincent's Castleknock. A huge thank you to Castleknock College for hosting ...[Click title to read more]

2023-10-02T01:13:28+01:00October 2, 2023|

Season of Creation

Let Justice and Peace Flow ‘Join the flow of justice to abate global boiling and to protect our common home’. This weekend marks the end of the Season of Creation, 2023, which started on September 1st and ends on October 4th - the feast of St Francis of Assisi. The Season of Creation is an international celebration of God’s handiwork, an open invitation to the entire people of God - to see what God has made, know what is good and demand for it to be protected. Each year a theme from scripture is selected - this year it is ...[Click title to read more]

2023-09-27T00:37:06+01:00September 27, 2023|

DePaul Welcome Fr. Novak from Ukraine

DePaul Welcome Fr. Novak from Ukraine   At the invitation of the CEO Depaul Irleand, David Carroll, members of the Vincentian Family attended a Mass celebrated by Fr. Vitaliy Novak CM, a missionary of the Congregation of the Mission living and working in Ukraine. He is President of the Board of Depaul Ukraine an organisation which is part of the worldwide Vincentian Family. The Mass took place in Backlane chapel. During Mass Fr. Vitaliy reflected on todays gospel (Luke 6: 6-16) which was about Jesus healing the man with the withered hand. He spoke about how we Vincentians are called ...[Click title to read more]

2023-09-18T17:55:09+01:00September 18, 2023|

AIC St. Peter’s Phibsborough Update

AIC - The Ladies of Charity - St. Peter’s Phibsborough   This ministry group has been relaunched with a new emphasis on reaching out to people who experience loneliness or who may be new to the parish. The first event included an invitation to daily Mass goers to a cup of tea after Mass. The members will reflect on how to progress their ministry based on responses received to activities organised. Today AIC is a 150,000 strong body of women volunteering to combat poverty in 53 countries across five continents, and their mission is to represent the compassion of Jesus ...[Click title to read more]

2023-08-15T10:38:24+01:00August 15, 2023|

Irish Volunteers across the African Continent

Summer Update from Vincentian Lay Missionaries (VLM) VLM – Summer 2023 VLM is delighted to report that we have had a busy summer with a total of 22 volunteers travelling to Ghana, Kenya, and Tanzania. This has only been possible thanks to our most valuable partnerships with the Vincentian Fathers and Daughters of Charity. Please read on below for a snapshot of their experiences and if you would like more information about volunteering feel free to contact us at info@vlm.ie. Castleknock College Schools Immersion, Kenya This summer twelve students and two teachers from St Vincent's Castleknock College took part in the VLM ...[Click title to read more]

2023-08-04T16:07:06+01:00August 4, 2023|

Young Vincentians off to World Youth Day

World Youth Day 2023   Last Wednesday saw 26 young people from three Vincentian Schools, St. Paul’s Raheny, St. Mary’s Holy Faith Glasnevin and Holy Faith School Clontarf gathered in St. Peter’s church in Phibsborough, home of the Vincentian Family for a meeting to send them out to World Youth Day in Lisbon. Fr. Eamon Devlin CM, St. Peter's Parish Priest,introduced the meeting by speaking about St. Peter’s church and said that so far there is in the church a saint representing each century, since the foundation of the Vincentian Charism in 1617. He said that there was space for ...[Click title to read more]

2023-07-30T12:50:36+01:00July 30, 2023|
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