St Vincent de Paul

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Vincent de Paul, St

. worked and gave prodigiously of himself to poor. [Christian Hagiog.: Attwater, 337]
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The St Vincent de Paul Society has made a prebudget submission to the Government to tackle the situation.
(21) In July 1881, when O'Neill approached the Marist community at the presbytery of St Patrick's Church Hill, Sydney, he raised the shared French roots of the Marists and the St Vincent de Paul Society.
Mr McKee, who has been with the charity for 25 years said: "People in Catholic areas would be aware of St Vincent de Paul through the church as we collect at the church doors on a Sunday but what we have found recently through community workers on the Shankill is that there's as big a need there as on the Falls Road.
A spokesperson for the St Vincent de Paul Society yesterday said these allegations were being investigated and that all relevant agencies are being contacted.
Philip Stewart, headteacher at St Vincent de Paul Catholic primary school, said: "The football tournament was organised by eight year five children in Joshua's honour.
Less well known are its beginnings and the other works of the St Vincent de Paul Society in caring for the homeless.
JEDWARD brought part of the city to a standstill yesterday as they launched a special St Vincent de Paul campaign.
The Year 5 pupils from city centre St Vincent de Paul primary school collected objects which reflected their lives and put them in capsules to be uncovered in the distant future.
National Secretary of the St Vincent de Paul Society, Columba Falkner, said: "There is a huge problem of people clearing rubbish out of their houses and dumping them at our shops.