Father José de Jesús Plascencia Casillas, CM, Visitor of the Province of Mexico, has sent us the following report about the situation of the Missionaries and the Vincentian Family.
Ongoing efforts to regionalize our ministry will eventually enable our confrere to collaborate with other Vincentian teams ministering in West Papua, ministering along the Papua New Guinea -Indonesian border and the Solomo
Today, however, we have gotten some good news. Father Héctor Manuel Farfán, CM (Province of Colombia) who had ministered for some years in Cuba, shares with us some details about the popular mission which included so many members from CLAPVI.
Our parish in North Carolina, Our Lady of Guadalupe, exhibits solidarity and collaboration among people on the margins.
Father Juan Avila, CM Region of Rwanda-Burundi, reports on developments in the Region of Rwanda-Burundi.
The solemnity of the Assumption, August 15, 2017, was a day of very special celebration in Indonesia as two sons from the Dayak Tribe, an indigenous people of Borneo (Kalimantan) were ordained.
On August 16, 2017, four men opened themselves to being set on fire to serve those who are poor and on the peripheries.
I greet you with all the tenderness of my heart The recently ordained priest, Patrick Rabarison, CM (Province of France) shares with us the story of the pilgrimage of the heart of Saint Vincent de Paul, an event that provided a framework for his ordination. We refer, of course, to a special occurrence […]
During the week of July 19-28, 2017, all Vincentian members, whether in the country or studying abroad returned to the Durando Institute of Philosophy in Dalat to attend the annual Continuing Formation and Retreat. These days focused on the 400 years of grace of the Vincentian charism. The purposes of all the talks and discussions […]
The conclusions and resolutions taken at the Seminar on Studies of the Charism organized by the Congregation of the Mission of the Province of Colombia at the Buenos Aires House in Chinauta.