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Vincentian Heritage Journal

Vincentian Heritage is a peer-reviewed ejournal dedicated to promoting a living interest in the historical and spiritual heritage of the wide-ranging Vincentian family under the patronage of Saint Vincent de Paul (1581-1660) and Saint Louise de Marillac (1591–1660). Groups in this tradition include the Congregation of the Mission (founded 1625), the Company of the Daughters of Charity (founded 1633), the Ladies Charity (founded 1617), the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (founded 1833), and the Federation of the Sisters of Charity of the Vincentian-Setonian tradition (established 1947), as well as other religious and lay organizations and all those who work within educational, health care communities, social outreach and other ministries in the Vincentian tradition. It is published bi-annually under the direction of the Vincentian Studies Institute, Division of Mission and Ministry, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois.

The journal is now offered to the public for free. All back issues containing every article published are available in our digital repository.

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The Latest Issue: Vincentian Heritage Vol. 35, No. 1 [Summer 2019]


This edition was newly redesigned for 2019, and it features the following articles:
  • “Vincent de Paul and Judas Iscariot,” by John E. Rybolt, C.M., Ph.D.
  • “Whom to Trust? The Establishment of the Vincentians in Genoa, 1645–1660,” by Thérèse Peeters
  • “‘I Felt I Had a Mother’: Elizabeth Seton and the Virgin Mary,” by Judith Metz, S.C.
  • “DePaul University Changes and Grows: 1950–1990,” by Albert Erlebacher, Ph.D.
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Past Issues:

Vincentian Heritage Vol. 34, No. 2 [Fall 2017] PDF for Tablets 
Vincentian Heritage Vol. 34, No. 1 [Fall 2017] PDF for Tablets , and Kindle

Vincentian Heritage Vol. 33, No. 2 [Fall 2016] PDF for Tablets, and Kindle.

Vincentian Heritage Vol. 33, No. 1 [Spring 2016] PDF for Tablets, and Kindle.

Vincentian Heritage Vol. 32, No. 2 [Spring 2015] PDF for Tablets, and Kindle.

Vincentian Heritage Vol. 32, No. 1 [Spring 2014] PDF for Tablets, PDF for PC, and Kindle.

All other past issues can be found here.