Episode 55 – Steve Havemann talks about St. Vincent de Paul
Join the conversation as we highlight St. Vincent de Paul, an organization that has programs to help underserved populations build job skills and find pathways to employment. Executive Director Steve Havemann talks about how St. Vincent de Paul of Des Moines works with the community to help people overcome barriers and connect with new job opportunities.
The Cale Clarke Show - Today's issues from a Catholic perspective.
Cale looks at the Jewish feast of Sukkot (a.k.a. feast of tabernacles) and how it relates to the new covenant. Listeners share ideas they discovered that changed their life. What happened to the body of St. Vincent de Paul? All show notes at Sukkot / BIG Ideas / Body of St. Vincent De Paul - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
[Full episode] Mikhail Baryshnikov, Shan Vincent de Paul
q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
Dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov discusses his new photography exhibit, Looking For The Dance, and recalls the night he defected from the Soviet Union in Toronto. Rapper Shan Vincent de Paul talks about his latest album, Made in Jaffna, and how it reflects his family's experiences relocating to Canada as Tamil refugees escaping Sri Lanka's civil war.
Episode 20: Saint Vincent de Paul Society & Other Charities
St. Louis: Lion and the Fourth City, V.2
In this episode of Saint Louis: The Story of Catholic Evangelization of America’s Heartland, Volume Two: The Lion and the Fourth City, Msgr. Michael Witt and Teresa Holman of Covenant Radio discuss Saint Vincent de Paul Society & Other Charities.
Episode 29, Jean-Baptiste Naudet, CFO, St Vincent de Paul Society (Vinnies)
The Numbers People Podcast
Jean Baptiste or JB, as he's known, is CFO of the St. Vincent DePaul Society (Vinnies). Prior to this has worked for Johnson and Johnson, Coca Cola Amatil, Flight Center and Thales. JB is a highly skilled and experienced CFO and Commercial Director, with a strong finance background and leading-edge comprehension, and expertise in customer insights and business intelligenceThroughout his career, has been recognized for his ability to build and enhance strong team cultures and increase engagement and outcomes.To contact Richard Holmes please call 0403 513 720 or reach out on firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardholmesfinancerecruiter/
Stations of the Cross - Saint Vincent de Paul Society - 2021
Radio Maria England
Saint Vincent de Paul Society – Their website is: https://www.svp.org.uk/what-we-do. written by volunteer member, Annie Callaghan, volunteer have gathered to record this version of the Stations of the Cross, inspired by the message of the Gospels, focusing on people who are sick, lonely, in prison, or suffering from addiction. The Text can be found here: Stations of the Cross Saint Vincent de Paul Society
Partners in Charity: St. Louise de Marillac and St. Vincent de Paul
The Lumen Christi Institute
A webinar lecture with Professor Bronwen McShea (Augustine Institute; Institute on Religion and Public Life). Originally delivered on January 7, 2021. This event was co-presented by the Lumen Christi Institute and the Bollandist Society.In this talk, we will examine side by side the lives and legacies of two major saints of French Catholicism's seventeenth-century golden age. Louise de Marillac and Vincent de Paul co-founded the Daughters of Charity, one of the most successful socially-oriented women's congregations in the Church's history, when the Tridentine-era bishops were attempting to enforce strict claustration for women religious. They also collaborated with a wide circle of lay and religious women and men of different social backgrounds in ways that transformed Christian life in and beyond France for centuries. We will reflect on the two saints' fruitful spiritual friendship of several decades. We will also consider why De Marillac is far less well known than De Paul in modern times, something that stems in part from the different trajectories their causes for sainthood took in the wake of each saint's death, only several months apart from the other's, in 1660.