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Monday, 07 September 2015 14:28

Oceania Vincentians celebrate, connect and learn

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Vincentian collab yrThe "Year of Vincentian Collaboration", officially launched in May 2015, will explore ways to celebrate, connect and learn between local, regional, and international levels of the Vincentian Family to effectively serve the poor. These efforts will be coordinated by the Vincentian Family Collaboration Commission (the VFCC)

The Year of Vincentian Collaboration will began on the Feast of Pentecost, May 24, 2015, and end on the Feast of Pentecost, May 15, 2016. A YouTube video "Let's Get started" provides an overview of this event.

In August 2015, the Vincentian family in Oceania created their Facebook page to enable people to interact with the story of St Vincent de Paul in their care of the poor and the marginalised of this world, enabling greater collaboration in the spirit of the this special Year.

In Oceania there are several branches of the Vincentian Family that work together in service of the poor and marginalised: the Congregation of the Mission, the Daughters of Charity, the Sisters of Charity, the St Vincent de Paul Society, the Vincentian Marian Youth and the Vincentian Community (India).

Like and Follow the Oceania Vincentians on Facebook.

This report was taken from articles and posts on the website of the Vincentians in Oceania and their networks.