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Additional News-Past News and Events

  • SVdP signs onto letter supporting a faithful health care system

    Representatives from 40 national, faith-based organizations sent a letter to the Chairs and Ranking Members of the House Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce Committees urging that any legislation that changes, repeals, or repairs the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) meet ten priorities for a faithful health care system. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is one of the signatories of the letter and National President Sheila Gilbert is quoted in the press release (eighth quote on the list).

    Click here to read the press release

    Click here to read the letter to Congress

  • Interfaith Coalition Letter to Congress regarding Proposed Changes to Affordable Care Act

    The Interfaith Coalition recently sent a letter to Congress about proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act.

     

    Click here to read the letter

  • SVdP Working with Allsup for Systemic Change

    The National Council of the United States Society of St. Vincent de Paul is pleased to be working with Allsup on a new initiative designed to help Vincentians’ efforts make a lasting difference through systemic change. Allsup has a 97 percent success rate in securing Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for eligible people who complete the application process with them. Their organization also helps SSDI beneficiaries to secure employment.

    Find out more

  • February 7: Feast of Blessed Rosalie Rendu

    Sr. Rosalie Rendu, a Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, is recognized as a co-founder of the Society of St Vincent de Paul. She mentored the founding members of the Society in the spirit and heritage of St. Vincent and St. Louise de Marillac.
    Sr. Rosalie always recommended patience, mercy and courtesy. She taught Frederic Ozanam and the first members of the Society how to make home visits and how to see Jesus in the poor. She gave them families to visit and advice on the Vincentian way to go to them: with respect and compassion. Sr. Rosalie Rendu was beatified in Rome in 2003 by Pope John Paul II. All Vincentians celebrate this beautiful model of love for the poor.

  • Anniversary of the first SVdP Meeting in the U.S.

    On November 20, 1845, the first official meeting of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was held in the United States.
    The meeting was held in St. Louis, Mo. at the “Old Cathedral” where the first Conference in the U.S. was established by Fr. Ambrose Heim. Fr. Heim was known by the people of St. Louis for his extraordinary zeal and ministry with the poor.
    Dr. Moses Linton, a prominent physician and convert to Catholicism, was elected president of the Conference. Bryan Mullanphy, widely known for his philanthropy, served as vice-president.

    To read more about the history of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

    Click Here

  • Beatification of Blessed Rosalie Rendu

    On November 9, we celebrate the beatification of Blessed Rosalie Rendu.
    Blessed Sr. Rosalie Rendu was a Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. She is recognized as a co-founder of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. She mentored the founding members of the Society in the spirit and heritage of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac.
    Blessed Sr. Rosalie Rendu was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 2003.

    To read more about the history of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

    Click Here

  • January is Poverty Awarenes Month
    January is Poverty Awareness Month

    Voice of the Poor (VOP) is the advocacy arm of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. With members representing every section and demographic of the nation, the VOP identifies those issues that are critical to those living in poverty and need, and helps bring attention to them so communities and our elected representatives can help develop strategies and tactics that will provide the most effective and efficient means to reduce or eliminate poverty. Guided by Catholic Social Teaching, the VOP collaborates, educates, and advocates to improve conditions of the people we serve.

    Learn more about the VOP

  • SVdP Television Special! December 12 on EWTN

    Join Society of St. Vincent de Paul members on their spiritual growth journey through service to people in need. In this special presentation, witness Vincentians in a home visit with a family in need, helping the homeless in a downtown shelter and working with returning citizens through prison ministry. See our Catholic faith in action through the volunteers of our unique lay vocation and Christ’s face in those we serve.

    Monday, Dec. 12
    6:30 p.m. Eastern, 5:30 p.m. Central, 4:30 p.m. Mountain, 3:30 p.m. Pacific

    Click here for more information  See a sneak preview

  • Anniversary of the first SVdP Meeting in the U.S.

    On November 20, 1845, the first official meeting of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was held in the United States.
    The meeting was held in St. Louis, Mo. at the “Old Cathedral” where the first Conference in the U.S. was established by Fr. Ambrose Heim. Fr. Heim was known by the people of St. Louis for his extraordinary zeal and ministry with the poor.
    Dr. Moses Linton, a prominent physician and convert to Catholicism, was elected president of the Conference. Bryan Mullanphy, widely known for his philanthropy, served as vice-president.

    To read more about the history of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

    Click Here

  • Beatification of Blessed Rosalie Rendu

    On November 9, we celebrate the beatification of Blessed Rosalie Rendu.
    Blessed Sr. Rosalie Rendu was a Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. She is recognized as a co-founder of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. She mentored the founding members of the Society in the spirit and heritage of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac.
    Blessed Sr. Rosalie Rendu was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 2003.

    To read more about the history of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

    Click Here

  • SVdP Statement on U.S. 2015 Poverty Report

    Upon the Sept. 14 release of the U.S. Census Bureau’s annual report on poverty and income in America, Sheila Gilbert, president of the National Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic lay organization serving those in need in over 4,440 communities throughout the country, released a statement:

    Click here to read the SVdP statement on the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 poverty report
    Click here to see the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 poverty report

  • 2016 Friends of the Poor® Walk/Run!

    It is still FOP Walk/Run season! While the 9th Annual Friends of the Poor Walk/Run official date was Saturday, September 24, there are still FOP Walks/Runs taking place around the country that you can still support (dates vary by location). From now until the end of October, you can still contribute to FOP Walks/Runs that have already taken place. 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 nmartin@svdpusa.org or calling (314) 576-3993 (314) 576-3993 x218.

    Visit fopwalk.org

  • Frederic Ozanam - “A Life in Letters”

    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/.

    Click here for more information

  • Society Testimony to CFPB on Predatory Lending

    Vitally concerned about the financial havoc and accompanying emotional distress wreaked upon the working poor who often rely on payday lending loans just to survive, the Society has submitted forceful testimony to the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in support of strong payday lending Federal regulations.
    You can read President Sheila Gilbert’s testimony below and click on the link below to learn about other steps the Society is taking and that you can take to protect the vulnerable working poor from the predatory lending industry. Comments in support of these Federal regulations are due by October 7, but even after that, there is more advocacy to be done on behalf of our friends in need to stop these immoral, usurious practices that effectively result in the working poor paying interest rates typically in the 300% to 600% range just to “get by.”

    Click here to read Sheila Gilbert's testimony
    Click here to read about steps the Society is taking on payday lending

  • Immigration Position Paper

    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.

    Click here to read

  • SVdP National Assembly in Columbus, Ohio August 30 – September 3, register now online!

    Reconnect with fellow Vincentians from around the country, hear from speakers on a variety of topics and take time to renew your Vincentian spirit at this year’s SVdP National Assembly sponsored by the Mideast Region. The assembly will be held in Columbus, Ohio at the Hyatt Regency Columbus. Registration is open. Click below for more information about the meeting’s agenda, to see a list of keynote speakers and to register!

    Click here for more information

  • SVdP Television Special! August 16 on EWTN

    Join Society of St. Vincent de Paul members on their spiritual growth journey through service to people in need. In this special presentation, witness Vincentians in a home visit with a family in need, helping the homeless in a downtown shelter and working with returning citizens through prison ministry. See our Catholic faith in action through the volunteers of our unique lay vocation and Christ’s face in those we serve.

    Click here for more information  See a sneak preview

  • CatholicTV
    SVdP Television Appearance! July 19, 20 & 21 on CatholicTV

    To view the SVdP "This Is The Day" segment click here.

    The Society of St. Vincent de Paul and National CEO Dave Barringer will be featured on "This Is The Day" on CatholicTV on Tuesday, July 19 at 10:30 a.m. Eastern with several rebroadcasts. On “This Is The Day”- Bishop-elect Robert Reed and Jay Fadden talk about faith, pray for your intentions and chat about what’s going on in the local Church and beyond. Catholic authors, artists, musicians, organizers and ministers join us to talk about the exciting things they are doing to spread the faith and touch hearts.

    Click here for more information

  • Vincentian Family Social Justice Representatives' Statement in Support of Our Muslim Brothers and Sisters

    Fellow Vincentians:

    The fact that one of my sons-in-law is a Muslim is only one reason why the new Vincentian Family Statement in Support of Our Brother and Sister Muslims is so meaningful to me.

    The second reason is my fervent belief in the Vincentian and Gospel message to welcome the stranger among us and to demand social justice for those who are being ostracized, pushed to the margins (as Pope Francis so often notes and warns against), and discriminated against. As Vincentians and Catholics, we must speak for those whose voices are being muted and whose legitimate concerns and needs are being brushed aside in the "throw-away" culture that the Pope also regularly rails against.

    Click here for the full statement

  • Vincentian National Reentry Program

    The Vincentian Reentry Organizing Project is a partnership between the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) and the National Council of the U.S. Society of St. Vincent de Paul and its Councils and Conferences. As a strategic grant project from the CCHD, this is a national project with five target states: Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Ohio and Wisconsin. Together, we are bringing Vincentians and returning citizens together to re-center the public discussion on criminal justice back on families and back on people.

    Click here to read more about VROP’s accomplishments.

  • SVDP-DSD Annual Preparedness Conference
    June 9-12, Alexandria, VA Register now online!

    Meet the Experts and Learn about Disaster Preparedness
    Alexandria, VA is in the DC Metro area and we will have speakers from FEMA, the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, NVOAD and other Voluntary Organization Partners.

    Click here for full conference agenda To register, click here

  • SVdP TV Appearance - May 22, 24 and 27 on EWTN

    The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, National President Sheila Gilbert and National CEO Dave Barringer discuss how the Society can benefit a parish in an all-new episode of the Eternal Word Television Network series, “The Church Universal.” The program features the good news about lay movements and their central role in the new evangelization.

     

    This brand-new SVdP episode will air on the following dates:
    Sunday, May 22      5 p.m. Eastern          2 p.m. Pacific
    Tuesday, May 24    5 a.m. Eastern          2 a.m. Pacific
    Friday, May 27        10 p.m. Eastern        7 p.m. Pacific

    Click here details

  • St. Louise de Marillac Feast Day – May 9

    St. Louise de Marillac (1591-1660) was a friend and collaborator of St. Vincent de Paul. Together they co- founded the Daughters of Charity. They organized hospitals for the sick poor, asylums for the orphaned, workshops for the unemployed, championed literacy for the uneducated and established standards for local charities. Louise was a wife, mother, teacher, nurse, social worker and religious foundress.

    Louise de Marillac was beatified by Pope Benedict XV in 1920 and canonized by Pope Pius XI in 1934. Pope John XXIII named Louise the Patron of all Christian Social Workers in 1960. In 2016, her feast day was changed to May 9, the anniversary of her beatification.

    Click here more Feast Day information

  • Ozanam Sunday

    Frederic Ozanam was born on April 23, 1813 in Milan, Italy. On April 23, 1833 Frederic and six companions founded the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Also, St. Vincent de Paul was born on April 24, 1581. To commemorate these events, the U.S. Society of St. Vincent de Paul celebrates the last Sunday of April as Ozanam Sunday.

    Click here for other important Society dates

  • SVdP on EWTN
    SVdP TV Appearance - April 3, 5 and 8 on EWTN

    The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, National President Sheila Gilbert and National CEO Dave Barringer will be featured in an all-new episode of the Eternal Word Television Network series, “The Church Universal.” The program features the good news about lay movements and their central role in the new evangelization.

    This brand-new SVdP episode will air on the following dates:
    Sunday, April 3       3:30 p.m. Eastern    12:30p.m. Pacific  NEW TIME!
    Tuesday, April 5     5 a.m. Eastern          2 a.m. Pacific
    Friday, April 8         10 p.m. Eastern        7 p.m. Pacific

    Click here details

  • RFP's for TWO Grant Programs-Closed March 28, 2016

    The National Council of the United States-Society of St. Vincent de Paul announces RFP's for TWO grant programs totaling $300,000!

    These funds are a result of an Anonymous Foundation grant to the National Council.

    SVdPUSA Conferences and Councils are eligible to submit. Proposals are due March 28th.

    Click here for the Systemic Change RFP  Click here for the Dental RFP

  • SVdPUSA Disaster Services Division – 2015 in Review

    The National Council of the Society St. Vincent de Paul’s Disaster Services Division (DSD) responds to disasters such as floods, wildfires, tornadoes and other events throughout the United States. The DSD trains Regional Response Teams as well as individual Vincentians throughout the country to compassionately serve victims of disasters.

    The Society of St. Vincent de Paul offers an array of services that alleviate both short-term needs such as food, shelter and clothing and long-term needs such as case management and our House in a Box® program for people impacted by a disaster. SVdP’s House in a Box® program helps to restore lives one house at a time. This program was implemented to supply disaster survivors with critical items to furnish an entire home from the kitchen to the bathroom to the bedroom, including furniture, dishes, towels, utensils and bed linens. )

    It is the person-to-person, holistic case management that distinguishes SVdP from other organizations’ approach to relief and recovery – reaching out to each individual to determine his or her needs and then working closely with them to meet those needs.

    Click here to see a review of DSD operations in 2015

  • February 7: Feast of Blessed Rosalie Rendu

    Sr. Rosalie Rendu, a Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, is recognized as a co-founder of the Society of St Vincent de Paul. She mentored the founding members of the Society in the spirit and heritage of St. Vincent and St. Louise de Marillac.

    Sr. Rosalie always recommended patience, mercy and courtesy. She taught Frederic Ozanam and the first members of the Society how to make home visits and how to see Jesus in the poor. She gave them families to visit and advice on the Vincentian way to go to them: with respect and compassion. Sr. Rosalie Rendu was beatified in Rome in 2003 by Pope John Paul II. All Vincentians celebrate this beautiful model of love for the poor. (SOURCE: THE MANUAL)

    Click Here for a meditation from Sr. Rosalie

  • Help Victims of Recent Disasters

    Severe winter storms, including tornadoes, and the resulting flooding are affecting people in much of the country.
    Flooding may last only a few days in a community, but the impact can last for months, especially for poor families already in a flood-prone housing community. People may be displaced from their homes for weeks or months and their suffering compounded by the loss of so many possessions and sometimes even employment. Our Society of St. Vincent de Paul is often the community’s only resort for such long-term assistance.

    The SVdP Disaster Services Division and local Councils/Conferences are currently responding to disasters in: Alabama, California, Illinois, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.

    Please pray for all the people who have lost their homes to disasters and continue to support the efforts of Vincentians to help them. Please help now!

    Read More   Donate to Domestic Disaster Relief Fund

  • January is Poverty Awareness Month

    The Voice of the Poor (VOP) is the advocacy arm of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. With members representing every section and demographic of the nation, the VOP identifies those issues that are critical to those living in poverty and need, and helps bring attention to them so communities and our elected representatives can help develop strategies and tactics that will provide the most effective and efficient means to reduce or eliminate poverty.

    Guided by Catholic Social Teaching, the VOP collaborates, educates, and advocates to improve conditions of the people we serve.

    Learn More

  • Donate Your Vehicle to SVdP – Help Others

    Donate an old, tired car while lightening your tax burden for the year. Do something good for others during the holidays. These are all things that can be accomplished when you donate a car to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul National Vehicle Donation Program.

    “We realize that for every person who donates a vehicle, there are even more people right there in the same community who are in need,” said Dave Barringer, CEO of the National Council of the United States Society of St. Vincent de Paul. “The money that is generated from vehicle donations in your community will go right back into the neighborhood and help those in need.”

    Read More

  • 170 Years and Counting

    The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is marking 170 years in the U.S. providing help to people in need. In 1845, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was established in St. Louis, Mo. at the Basilica of St. Louis, King of France, popularly called "The Old Cathedral." The first official meeting of the Society in the United States was held on November 20, 1845.

    On this day, a group of 19 Catholic laypersons and one priest met to establish a Conference (chapter) of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Officers were elected and a collection was taken up that amounted to $17.70 to help people in need. This was the start of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in the U.S.