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St. Vincent was born of poor parents in the village of Pouy in Gascony, France, about 1580. He enjoyed his first schooling under the Franciscan Fathers at Acqs. Such had been his progress in four years that a gentleman chose him as subpreceptor to his children, and he was thus enabled to continue his studies without being a burden to his parents. In 1596, he went to the University of Toulouse for theological studies, and there he was ... Continue Reading

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  1. KHRIXIE
    3 years ago

    THANKS FOR THE INFO.

  2. svdp
    3 years ago

    Thank you for providing a well written, informative piece about St. Vincent de Paul.

    I was unaware that his charitable works extended through the ranks of all socio-economic classes/groups.

  3. Rev. Meg Schramm
    3 years ago

    What would the good saint Vincent De Paul have thought of the men administering his charity in Limerick, Ireland in the 1940's? Read the book "Angela's Ashes" by Frank Mc Court or rent the movie of the same name. I have a feeling St. Vincent De Paul would not have been pleased.

  4. JOACHIM
    3 years ago

    One of my favorite directives by a saint is from St. Vincent de Paul:
    "Strive to live content in the midst of those things that
    cause your discontent. Free your mind from all that
    troubles you, God will take care of things. You will be
    unable to make haste in this [choice] without, so to
    speak, grieving the heart of God, because he sees that
    you do not honor him sufficiently with holy trust. Trust in
    him, I beg you, and you will have the fulfillment of what
    your heart desires" (St. Vincent de Paul, Letters).

  5. moinke
    3 years ago

    sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo helpfull

  6. kim
    3 years ago

    thanks a lot for the information.........................
    st. Vincent de Paul is very charitable

  7. Hendo
    3 years ago

    Thanks a lot for this info, i need this for an RE task for school! Thank you so much :)

  8. bonardoooo
    4 years ago

    thanks it was a great help to me lol :)
    byeeee

  9. Rafty
    4 years ago

    This is very interesting information, it really did help me out a lot.

  10. shielastar
    4 years ago

    Thanks for the info.....This may help me for my assignments....
    Merci pour cette Info.You sont
    le meilleur

  11. Robin Raj R.P.
    4 years ago

    The Life and activities of the Saint is well explained. thanks for the information.

  12. dum dum
    4 years ago

    thanks for the info

  13. !!!elijah form the bible!!!
    4 years ago

    thank u i need the info for school projected =l thxz

  14. olive
    4 years ago

    thank u for the info.

  15. Nicky Mitchell
    4 years ago

    Good Information!!! THANX

  16. ben
    4 years ago

    hey thanks alot for the info i will get a good mark so thnks :)

  17. keakalu
    4 years ago

    im doing a project on this thxs alot

  18. Jarrod
    4 years ago

    Im workin on a school project. thanx

  19. josi
    5 years ago

    thxs for helping me!!!i love u soooo much

  20. Kelly
    5 years ago

    i love you,you are the best!heheheheeheheheh


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