Vincentian


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Vin`cen´tian


a.1.Of or pertaining to Saint Vincent de Paul, or founded by him.
n.1.(R. C. Ch.) Same as Lazarist.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He may have been 52 years her senior and living in All Hallows College in Drumcondra, North Dublin, but Vincentian priest Fr Leonard was a source of great comfort and advice for the young political wife.
The Global Microloan Program, GLOBE (GLOBAL LOAN OPPORTUNITIES FOR BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS), serves as a student-managed lending arm to the world's poorest entrepreneurs, leveraging the resources available in the Tobin College of Business (TCB) and the Vincentian Center for Church and Society at St.
Vincent & the Grenadines Government is in contact with shareholders about the possible liquidation of two offshore banks linked to fugitive Vincentian financier Thierry Nano, reports Caritel (Feb.
The little way of humble service is the essence of the Vincentian vocation, the simple good deed done away from the glare of the spotlight.
The study from the Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice show the costs of rearing a child fluctuate depending on their age and need for childcare.
It is this tradition that served as the inspiration for the Vincentian Fathers' founding of St.
I asked my Vincentian community if I could do some research into a ministry to marginalized priests.
THE study from the Vincentian Partnership for Social Justice examined the direct cost of a child at four different stages.
Would there be a Vincentian approach to management that would be applicable today?
Vincent & the Grenadines, those born abroad to Vincentian parents and those who have earned it.
Earlier in May, Vincentian-run All Hallows College in Dublin announced that it was selling the correspondence between Kennedy and Vincentian Fr.