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Vincentian harbour

vikentiyska-pristani"Vincentian Harbour" is a project initiated by Fathers of St. Vincent de Paul, Daughters of Charity, DePaul-Ukraine and Community in Dialogue. The project is aimed at lending hand to people regardless their nationality, colour or religion, who for different reasons found themselves on the streets, helping them to reintegrate back to the society, to renew their self-dignity, gain financial independence, skills, competences and hope for the future. More than 80% of participants finish the rehabilitation programmes successfully. Moreover, many of them share their experiences with other individuals in the centres and become their ...
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A charity event "Vincentian cookie"

During September, the Vincentian Family conducts a charity event "Vincentian cookie". During the campaign, the Vincentian Family wants to involve as many people as possible in charity to help the needy. ...

Vyzyrchanka Homemade Bakery – DePaul Yummies  

While establishing Community in Dialogue rehabilitation centers we had the idea to ​​create a social enterprise at established centers. After all, considerable resources are required to cover current expend ...

Celebrations in Fontanka…

Not long ago we experienced the joy of Pilgrimage of Vincentian Family to the Tomb of blessed Martha Wiecka; and the pilgrimage of the relics of blessed Martha Wiecka through Ukraine is finished. Our stay in Snyatyn was a time o ...

Apostolic Nuncio Claudio Gugerotti in Odesa

May 20, 2017 Apostolic Nuncio Claudio Gugerotti arrived in Odesa first of all of course for the celebration of the 15th anniversary of the beginning of Odessa-Simferopol Diocese. His presence was a great honor an ...

European Parliament to honor Vincentian Family

The Press Office of the international religious family of St. Vincent de Paul ( is pleased to share this news of the continuing celebration of the 400th Anniversary of its founding. ...


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