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April 24 in history

1479 BC – Thutmose III ascended to the throne of Egypt, although power effectively shifted to Hatshepsut.

1184 BC – The Greeks entered Troy using the… 701 more words

History

Happy Birthday, Vincent!

On April 24th, the DePaul community will celebrate the birthday of St. Vincent de Paul, for whom DePaul is named.  Vincent founded the Congregation of the Mission (the Vincentians) and, with St. 388 more words

Birthday

New Distributor for English edition of Vincent de Paul Correspondence, Conferences, and Documents

By John Freund, CM on March 27, 2015 in FAMVIN News

After some 40 years, the task of the Vincentian Translation Project is complete. The final volume of the English Edition of Pierre Coste’s 14-volume series of the work of Saint Vincent de Paul was published in September 2014. 92 more words

Announcements

Vincentian Spirituality

Yesterday morning I co-presented a retreat on the theme Loving Our Brothers and Sisters with Vincent and Ignatius as our Guides.  The retreat was sponsored by City House, a nonprofit entity whose core mission is to provide spiritual listening to people on the margins, including those experiencing poverty, imprisonment, homelessness and addiction.   271 more words

Podcast

Our Most Wasted Resource: Our Capacity for Good

As Aristotle taught, people do not naturally or spontaneously
grow up to be morally excellent or practically wise. They become so, if at all,
only as a result of a lifelong personal and community effort.
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Leadership

Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014

Linh Bui has Coffee with Baltimore native and actor Vincent De Paul.

Mike Schuh has People Are Talking about the end of farmers market season and what you can find. 12 more words

Morning Edition

DC Feast Days, Foundation of the Company of the Daughters of Charity.

This weekend, the Daughters of Charity have celebrated three important feast days. The Feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal was on the 27th; the Feast of Catherine Laboure on the 28th. 533 more words

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