Together with our friends, collaborators, and benefactors, the Vincentian priests and brothers of the Western Province bring the light of the Gospel to the world. Like our founder, St. Vincent de Paul, we see the face of Christ in the poor, the lonely, and the forgotten. We fulfill our mission, nurtured by prayer and communal life, by caring for God’s people, wherever they may be.
Statement on Illinois Attorney General Report
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There is an App for That
Serving Rural Areas with Parish Missions
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Much More than a Retirement Facility
Making a difference in our communities
For more than 200 years, the Vincentian priests and brothers in America have dedicated their lives to caring for the less-fortunate in society. The Western Province of the Congregation of the Mission continually seeks out ways to help vulnerable populations, including food and clothing programs, rent and utility assistance, and more, as well as food, medical, education, and training programs for the poor in Kenya.
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Supporting the Mission
“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink…” Mt. 25:35
In Matthew’s gospel, Christ tells us that in the faces of the poor we will see His face. This is the centerpiece of our mission as Vincentians and as Christians. Our donors make it possible for the Vincentian priests and brothers to continue doing Christ’s work for the poor in the U.S. and Kenya. Learn about our opportunities to support the work of the Vincentians.