The “Weekly Bulletin Announcements based on the Gospel of each Sunday, are suggested for your parish weekly bulletin. The action statement can easily be adapted to fit your local needs.
Vincentian reflections are a good guide for Vincentian meetings and discussions. The year is divided into easy to manage quarters for download. Spanish versions also available.
The 9th Annual Friends of the Poor® Walk/Run official date is Saturday, September 24, 2016 (dates may vary by location). Every dollar you raise through the Friends of the Poor® Walk/Run stays with your local SVdP, to assist with programs/services for the poor in your area.
To register your 2016 local Friends of the Poor® Walk, please go to the website (www.fopwalk.org) and hover over the “coordinators” tab near the top right. Then click the first sub-tab labeled “establish a walk” and follow the steps provided.
To register as a walker, go to www.fopwalk.org, and hover over the “walkers” tab, then select the sub-tab “become a new walker” and follow the steps provided.
For questions, please contact Nathan Martin, National Director of Fundraising Programs, by either emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (314) 576-3993 x218.
In today’s world, people are constantly on the go. The one accessory that is constantly by almost everyone’s side is their phone or other mobile device. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has launched a new mobile app that helps you link up with SVdP to receive instant alerts, stay current with SVdP events, take and share photos, connect with resources and more!
To find and download the mobile app, just go to your mobile device’s app store and search “SVDPUSA” and click install. The app is FREE, so download it today!
For instructions on downloading the mobile app, click the following link: http://bit.ly/2acrAXI !
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Blessed Frederic Ozanam is very well known for his insight and wisdom. He would often share those valuable thoughts through personal letters to his family and friends. The best collection of these letters in English is found in “A Life in Letters,” edited by Fr. Joseph Dirvan, which was commissioned and published by the National Council of the United States in 1986. It has now been digitized by DePaul University and is available online at no cost. To download the file, click here: http://via.library.depaul.edu/ozanam_law/1/.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul recently approved an updated Immigration Position Paper. This position paper addressed the urgent need for Immigration Reform. Reform is long overdue. Its lack causes millions of undocumented immigrants already in the United States to suffer senseless, grinding poverty. This situation is an affront to the American people’s sense of compassion and justice. The paper is based on the love of neighbor, the principles of our Catholic faith and the rich tradition and noble history of our country as a land of opportunity and refuge for migrants.
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