Sister Frances Ryan: Honoring Her Irish-American Heritage

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Founded in 1842, All Hallows College is a Catholic and Vincentian center of learning in Dublin, Ireland. According to the school’s mission statement, “All Hallows educates women and men to be effective leaders engaged in justice and service, championing social and educational participation.” In September 2012, the college held a benefit in Chicago to launch […]

LCUSA Responds to Call to Fund Zafen Scholarships

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In mid-July of this year, Fr. Bob Maloney reached out to the Vincentian Family to help support the second year of its scholarship program with the Foundation for the Technological and Economic Advancement of Mirebalais (FATEM) to educate economically disadvantaged elementary students in Haiti. With the support of Vincentian Family members, last year FATEM educated […]

Fr. Gregory Gay’s Keynote Address – 150th Anniversary LCUSA

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“In this talk, I propose to work through three themes: first, the relevance of the Ladies of Charity as St. Vincent’s first foundation; second, the relevance of the Ladies of Charity as a foundation in the United States and the move toward international status; and third, some suggestions about the relevance of the Ladies of […]