Vincent de Paul

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Vincent de Paul

Saint. ?1581--1660, French Roman Catholic priest, who founded two charitable orders, the Lazarists (1625) and the Sisters of Charity (1634). Feast day: Sept. 27
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He was committed to social reform and social justice and chose St. Vincent DePaul as his organization's patron.
In January, Michael assigned her to sort clothes at the St. Vincent dePaul Society.
The Vincentians, a religious community established by the namesake of the university, St. Vincent DePaul, founded the Chicago university with a clear mission.
HILLSBORO -- St. Vincent dePaul Rehabilitation Service Inc.
Community involvement: Homelessness prevention, St. Vincent dePaul Society; religious education teacher
Their interfaith statement bore the title: "The Common Good: Old Idea, New Urgency" and contained the challenge: "Find common ground to work for the common good."[1] Those few words, "Common Ground for the Common Good," telegraph the UN celebration, describe the enduring moral task of each person, and capture as well the achievement of St. Vincent dePaul, the inspiration for and patron of the Universities sponsoring this conference.
He was a member of the Mundelein American Legion Post #867, a 4th Degree with the Knights of Columbus - Assembly 197 and a member of the St. Vincent DePaul Society at Santa Maria.
St. Vincent dePaul of Lane County plans to convert a south Eugene church into housing for homeless teens.
Ferrari is St. Vincent DePaul Distinguished Professor of Social Psychology at DePaul University in Chicago, and is a permanent deacon in the Joliet.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the St. Vincent DePaul Society, Christ the King Church, P.O.
Mary Parish in Buffalo Grove and St. Vincent DePaul, acting as a Eucharistic minister, minister of care, and volunteer at the food pantry.