The launch of the Vincentian Family Website took place on 27th September feast of St. Vincent de Paul 2021. It is fitting that we were gathered in St. Peter’s Church, Phibsborough, for this occasion, as this beautiful church is the centre and heart of the Vincentian family in Ireland since the Vincentian Priests came here in 1838. 

The Vincentian Family Council was established in Ireland in 2017 at the request of the Superior General of the Vincentian Family.

There are 9 branches of the Vincentian Family in Ireland today. They include the Ladies of Charity, the Vincentian priests, the Daughters of Charity, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, the Association of the Miraculous Medal, the Holy Faith Sisters, the Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice, DEPAUL and the Vincentian Lay Missionaries. 

The charism of St. Vincent de Paul continues to inspire individuals and groups to dedicate themselves to helping those who are living in poverty. 

Why not visit our website and learn more about the 9 branches of the Vincentian Family in Ireland. One of these branches may resonate with you.

National Council Vincentian Family Ireland

Leaders of the nine branches of Vincentian Family Ireland