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Conversations with Confreres-Fr. Paul Golden, C.M.

August 2022

Fr. Paul Golden, C.M., tells how he didn’t realize he wanted to be a priest, until he did, and after a career of teaching in seminaries he offers some simple advice for anyone considering a priestly vocation. 

Conversations with Confreres-Fr. Ron Ramson, C.M.

July 2022

Fr. Ron Ramson, C.M., reflects at age 90 on the rewards of a lifetime of evangelizing and working with the poor and forming priests in the seminary. With two books published in the last 18 months, he shows no signs of slowing down, and he offers some advice for those who are considering a life in the priesthood.

40 Years of Ministry-The Class of ’82

On June 11, 2022, six outstanding Vincentian priests, the Class of ’82, celebrated their 40-year jubilees: Fr. Tony Dosen, C.M., Fr. Miles Heinen, C.M., Fr. Gerry Kelly, C.M., Fr. Kevin McCracken, C.M., Fr. Binh Van Nguyen, C.M., and Fr. Ray Van Dorpe, C.M. This slide show is a retrospective of their years of priestly ministry, which are still going strong. 

2022 Kenya Appeal Reaches Goal-Thank You

This year’s Kenya Appeal exceeded its goal, thanks to our many generous supporters. These gifts support programs that provide food, housing, medicine, education assistance, and more to the less fortunate in Kenya, as well as funding for the recruitment and formation of our seminarians. Also, this year’s appeal included a matching gift from the Western Province to help Vincentian ministries in Ukraine, up to $75,000, which was fully realized.

Thank You for Supporting our 2022 Annual Appeal

We would like to thank everyone who contributed to our 2022 Annual Appeal. The important work we do on behalf of the poor in the United States and Kenya is only possible because of the generosity of our supporters. Please enjoy this video as a heartfelt expression of our gratitude.

In Memoriam

With this beautiful video by Fr. Ron Hoye, C.M., of Catholic Teamworks, we remember the priests and brothers we lost in 2021: Fr. Nicholas Kaloki, C.M., Bro. Tony Wiedemer, C.M., and Fr. Paul Otto Schneebeck, C.M.