Senior Executive for University Mission: Rev. Edward R. Udovic, CM, PhD
Welcome to the Vincentian Heritage Collections, a source for digital materials pertaining to St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de Marillac, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and the myriad congregations and organizations surrounding them. Here you will find important Vincentian biographies, periodicals, and archival materials in several languages, as well as a small collection of digitized texts. Many of these materials have been copied from original documents, or are digitized copies of microfilm, and quality may vary. All materials are freely downloadable, with the understanding that material may be duplicated for personal research use or educational purposes in electronic or print form, in accordance with the terms of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (1988).
This digital collection is a cooperative effort between the DePaul University Office of Mission and Values, DePaul Libraries, and the Vincentian Studies Institute. As it is an ongoing project, with new texts added regularly, we would greatly appreciate your input. Please email us at email@example.com if you notice an error or have a suggestion. For more comprehensive guides to DePaul's Vincentian Studies Collections, please visit the Vincentian Research Guide and the All Things Vincentian Portal.
Browse the Vincentian Heritage Collections Collections:
Most Popular Papers *
Segregated Catholicism: The Origins of Saint Katharine's Parish, New Orleans
Douglas Slawson C.M.
Mary’s House in Ephesus, Turkey: Interfaith Pilgrimage in the Age of Mass Tourism
Amelia Gallagher Ph.D.
Faith, Charity, Justice, and Civic Learning: The Lessons and Legacy of Frédéric Ozanam
Raymond L. Sickinger Ph.D.
Archives of the Daughters of Charity, Northeast Province, Albany, New York
Elaine Wheeler D.C.
* Based on the average number of full-text downloads per day since the paper was posted.
» Updated as of 10/15/16.