Ephemerides: August, 22

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1628. At the Quirinal in Rome, in the presence of Pope Urban VIII, the Congregation of Propaganda in plenary session rejected the first petition of Vincent de Paul to approve the Congregation of the Mission. … Read More

The Origin of the Confraternities or the Associations of Charity

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Author: Álvaro Mauricio Fernández, C.M., María Eugenia Magallanes & Laurence de la Brosse · Translator: Charles T. Plock, CM. · Year of first publication: 2016 · Source: AIC International.
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In August 1617, Vincent de Paul, at the age of 37, began a movement that has continued to the present day. On August 1st, 1617, Vincent de Paul was appointed as pastor in Châtillon-les-Dombes (known … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 21

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1632. The Parliament of Paris accepts the letter of the King that approve the granting of Saint Lazare to the Congregation of the Mission. This is approved despite the objections of the Abbot of Saint … Read More

The American Vincentians. 02 – I. A survey of American Vincentian History: 1815-1987 (cont 1)

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Author: The Editorial Staff of the Vincentian Studies Institute · Year of first publication: 1988 · Source: "The American Vincentians: A Popular History of the Congregation of the Mission in the United States 1815-1987". Vincentian Studies Institute. New City Pressm Brooklyn, New York, 1988..
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The First Growth In March 1819 Rosati wrote that Saint Mary’s Seminary had ten students. Not all of these were candidates for the Vincentian Community, but there were enough, coupled with continued rein­forcements from Europe, … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 20

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1617. Vincent preaches a sermon in Châtillon and asks the congregation to help a family whose members have all taken ill. 1655 Vincent gives a conference to the missionaries explaining to them the reasons why … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 19

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1642: Letter of Louise to Vincent indicating the difficulties of place the abandoned children in Bicetre. 1655: Louise writes to the Daughters in Poland explaining to them the meaning of community life and the need … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 18

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1647: Louise speaks about her thoughts on Holy Communion and on the same day Vincent speaks to the Daughters of Charity on this same theme. We see that this ideas are typical of the time … Read More

The American Vincentians. 02 – I. A survey of American Vincentian History: 1815-1987

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Author: The Editorial Staff of the Vincentian Studies Institute · Year of first publication: 1988 · Source: "The American Vincentians: A Popular History of the Congregation of the Mission in the United States 1815-1987". Vincentian Studies Institute. New City Pressm Brooklyn, New York, 1988..
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The Congregation of the Mission was founded in France by Saint Vincent de Paul (1581-1660) in 1625, the year in which the new company received its first legal recognition. Its informal beginning dated back to … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 15

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Author: Benito Martínez, C.M. .
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1662. In the Feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, in the thirty houses of ten provinces of the Company of the Daughters of Charity is read for the first time at the end … Read More

The American Vincentians. 01 – Introduction

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Author: The Editorial Staff of the Vincentian Studies Institute · Year of first publication: 1988 · Source: "The American Vincentians: A Popular History of the Congregation of the Mission in the United States 1815-1987". Vincentian Studies Institute. New City Pressm Brooklyn, New York, 1988..
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When the Vincentian Studies Institute was formally organized in 1980, among the tasks that it set for itself was the writing of a history of the Vincentian Community in the United States. As orig­inally envisioned, … Read More