Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - Part of the Vincentian family

Vincent de Paul is part of the Vincentian family, was founder of the Congregation, was founded in Ireland and are linked through a vast network. The Society took Saint Vincent de Paul, is part of the Vincentian family, admits both men, women and was consolidated under a Superior Council of Australasia. Sister Rosalie was a member of the Daughters, beatified in November by 1999 Pope John Paul II. Timon discussed the Society, talked to various people about the Society. Moses Linton was elected President, Bryan Mullanphy. Revenue is raised through a large network of thrift stores. The group decided to adopt the name, the Society, met on Saturdays. Louise had a desire to join a religious order, was a wife, mother, pushed for every village. Activities are accomplished in this close collaboration in a harmony.

Part of the Vincentian family, Part of the Vincentian family, Founder of the Congregation