Vincent de Paul is a French Catholic priest dedicated to serving the poor
Vincent de Paul is a French Catholic priest dedicated to serving the poor. In 1622, Vincent was appointed kitchen priest. After working with the imprisoned kitchen slaves in Paris for a period of time, he returned to his superior, now known as the Ministry of Missions or “Vincentians”. These priests vowed to be poor, chaste, obedient and stable, and they will devote themselves to the people in small towns and villages. Vincent enthusiastically held a retreat for the clergy when the local clergy were in a state of moral malaise. He was a pioneer in seminary education, and founded the Ministry of Missions and Saint Vincent Paul’s Women of Charity. He is known for his compassion, humility and generosity. Vincent was canonized in 1737 and was honored as a saint in the Catholic Church and Episcopal Church. You can have a look at this bronze statue St.Vincent De Paul sculpture.
Bronze Statue St.Vincent De Paul sculpture
How did he form a religious group?
In 1617, Vincent contacted the Women of Charity and they introduced him to poor families. Then Vincent brought them food and comfort. He organized these wealthy Parisian women to raise funds for missionary projects, set up hospitals, raise relief funds for war victims, and redeem 1200 oarboat slaves from North Africa. With the help of Louise de Marillac, the participation of women eventually led to the Catholic Women Apostle Life Association of Saint Vincent de Paul’s Charitable Daughter. In 1622, Vincent was appointed kitchen priest. After working with the imprisoned kitchen slaves in Paris for a period of time, he returned to his superior, now known as the Ministry of Missions or “Vincentians”. These priests swear poverty, chastity, obedience and stability, and will fully dedicate themselves to the people in small towns and villages. Vincent was keen to hold a retreat for the clergy. At that time, there was great relaxation, abuse and ignorance among them. He was a pioneer in clerical training and played an important role in the establishment of seminaries. He spent 28 years as the spiritual mentor of the Angel St. Mary monastery. Vincent died in Paris on September 27, 1660. If you are interested in this bronze statue St.Vincent De Paul sculpture. Welcome to contact Aongking. Aongking also has more religious figure sculptures for you to choose from.
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