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a.1.Of or pertaining to Saint Vincent de Paul, or founded by him.
n.1.(R. C. Ch.) Same as Lazarist.
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DePaul was founded in Chicago in 1898 by the Congregation of the Mission, also known as the Vincentians, a Roman Catholic religious community dedicated to following the ideals of St.
Within two years, the Vincentians purchased three former farms in northern Brooklyn.
Tranche Waterhouse: Realization lift stations of Jouandin, Vincentians, Pampara.
The Vincentians were 4-0 up by half time of the Group Four Caribbean Zone clash at the Estadio Juan Ramon Loubriel in Puerto Rico.
Vincentians with dreams of developing their own businesses can now apply for government grants covering the cost of business incubation and training services.
The single sheet was found in an unmarked box and Fr Leonard left everything to his religious order, the Vincentians.
At a meeting of the Vincentian community in Rome, Italy, Pope John Paul II (1986) urged Vincentians to recommit their lives and institutions to seek out the causes of poverty and develop both short- and long-term solutions.
Those receiving the award must be active or inactive Vincentians who have demonstrated by word and deed the mission of the St.
The number of Vincentian priests across the US is dwindling, with the mean age of existing Vincentians now in the 60s (DePaul Newsline, 2009).
In the different Homes attached to the Divine Retreat Centre, the Vincentians share their love and resources with more than 3,000 permanent residents.
It also details the complexity of the relations the CICM missionaries maintained, not only among themselves, but also with Propaganda Fide, French Vincentians, native priests, Chinese authorities, and French representatives in charge of the protection of Catholic missionaries.