Listening to the Poor – Future Interprovincial Community in a crucial place

[Spanish Provinces] Sr Carmen Pérez, General Councillor, and four Visitatrixes of Spain arrived at the Melilla Airport mid-morning on June 30th. Sr María Pilar and two Councillors of-España-Sur and Father Jesús María González, Vincentians San Vicente España Province, came to welcome them. They began a marathon visit, accompanied by the President and Delegate of Melilla Cáritas since the planned project will be in collaboration with them. Read More

Beatification of 60 Vincentian Martyrs in Madrid: “Witnesses and Prophets of Faith and Charity”

 More than 3,000 members of the whole Vincentian Family attended this great event along with our General Superiors and several members of their Councils.

After a long period of preparation, there were several acts of preparation for the great event that took place the previous day. Solemn Vespers was in the Miraculous Medal Basilica, where both general Superiors greeted the attendees and some relatives of the martyrs presented their testimonies. Read More

60 Vincentian Family Martyrs will be beatified in Madrid

170612 martires logo thmb[Provinces of Spain] The 11th of November 60 victims of religious persecution in the 20th century – priests, consecrated and lay people of the Vincentian Family from diverse places of Spain – will be recognized by the Church as martyrs of Christ and beatified in Madrid by Cardinal Amato, delegate of Pope Francis. Read More

New martyrs of the Company and Vincentian Family in Spain

martires espanol 21[Spain] Last Thursday, the 1st of December, Pope Francis recognized the “martyrdom” of 21 Spaniards who were murdered during the Spanish Civilian War (1936-1939) who will be beatified. These 21 Spaniards belong to what it is called the “Process of Valencia”, which is to say the cause of beatification presented by the Diocese of Valencia. Read More

Vincentian Schools Congress in Spain 23-24 April 2016

congres logo 600[Provinces of Spain] The Vincentian Schools are one of the most important services of the Daughters of Charity in Spain for the number of works and Sisters dedicated to it.  Inspired by our founders, Vincent de Paul and Louise of Marillac, they base their efforts on social integration of students, the awareness of people in need and the value of knowledge as a means for better serving others. At the moment in Spain there are more than 140 Educational Centres, with 4,370 educators and 62,000 students. Read More