For those considering a Vincentian vocation…
I had a wonderful time with old friends from High School Days (!) at the Renaissance Diner on the west side of Manhattan. It’s so nice to have the time to do this. Thursday I’ll be heading down to Philly to officially check in at my home (St. Vincent’s Seminary in Germantown), and then I’ll be visiting with many of you in Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Today, I had a nice visit with my cousin Roger in Manhattan, and made it home as the temperature began to drop again! I came home to a house full of Vincentian friends. I’m so blessed!
— Aidan R Rooney, CM (@fatherratgmail) January 6, 2014
Vincentian Father Cyrille de Nanteuil works side by side with collaborator Violeta Rodriguez and the people of San Miguel parish as part of the Vincentian International Mission on the Bolivian Altiplano. You’ve heard about the work in general and our fundraising efforts. Here’s a video montage of the work being done at San Miguel parish in Italaque (photos by Cyrille, who’s a great photographer!). The combination of formation, human and social development — all using intense participative models — is a fine example of a Vincentian missionary parish.