About This Journal
Vincentian Heritage is the journal of the Vincentian Studies Institute of the United States. Founded in 1979 the Institute is dedicated to promoting a living interest in the historical and spiritual heritage of Saint Vincent de Paul (1581-660) and Saint Louise de Marillac (1591-1660), the patrons of the wide-ranging Vincentian Family including the Congregation of the Mission, the Daughters of Charity, the Ladies of Charity, the Sisters of Charity, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and a number of other congregations, communities, and lay movements who share a common dedication to serving those in need. The journal is published bi-annually by DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, under the direction of the Office of Mission and Values and assisted by an Editorial Board whose members include the following:
Rev. Edward R. Udovic, C.M., Ph.D.
Senior Executive for University Mission
Rev. John E. Rybolt, C.M., Ph.D.
Sr. Betty Ann McNeil, D.C.
Daughters of Charity, Province of St. Louise
Alison Forrestal, Ph.D.
History, School of Humanities
National University of Ireland, Galway
Sr. Regina Bechtle, S.C.
Sisters of Charity, New York
Bronx, New York
Simone Zurawski, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History
Scott P. Kelley, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Vincentian Scholarship
Office of Mission and Values
Director of Publications:
Vincentian Studies Institute
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Vincentian Heritage welcomes manuscripts, poetry, and other expressions of Vincentian themes that meet the publication criteria. All articles should relate directly to topics of Vincentian interest, be researched and documented in a scholarly fashion, and directed toward Vincentian oriented groups in the reading public and the Vincentian family. Ordinarily, articles should not exceed thirty typewritten pages and should be submitted twelve months prior to anticipated publication.
For more information please visit http://vsi.depaul.edu.