Ephemerides: August, 28

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1656: Vincent write to Monsieur Delville and speaks about vocation recruitment, perseverance in the one’s vocation and the fact some individuals abandon their vocation. 1774: Birth of Elizabeth Ann Seton, in New York. She would … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 27

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1655: Vincent write to Monsieur Ozenne in which he expresses his hope that the first Polish Daughter of Charity will persevere. 1660: In a conference with the Daughters of Charity, Vincent names Sister Chetif the … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 26

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1640: Vincent writes to Monsieur Tholard and tells him that though he has fears of temptations against chastity, these fears should not lead him to abandon his ministry nor cease to carry on works of … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 25

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1646: Vincent writes to Monsieur Portail speaking about the Canonical Visitation of the houses. Through these visitations one discovers the difficulties that the communities have in living a common life. He further explain that the … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 24

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1634: The Association of the Colunteers of Charity is established in Argenteuil. Today this place is a street in the city of Paris. 1654: Louise offers a prayer (almost a mystical contemplation) on the phrase … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 23

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1617. Châtillon les Dombes, after the homily delivered three days before, by Vincent de Paul, who was pastor there, first Brotherhood of Charity is founded. Eight ladies joined in response to the poor sick of … Read More

Ephemerides: August, 22

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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

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

Ephemerides: August, 20

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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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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