Volume 28, Issue 2 (2010)
Foreword: Vincentian Higher Education and Poverty Reduction
Dennis H. Holtschneider C.M., Ed.D.
What Would Vincent do Today to Overcome Poverty?
Marco Tavanti Ph.D. and Reverend Craig B. Mousin
"Our good will and honest efforts." Vincentian Perspectives on Poverty Reduction Efforts
Edward R. Udovic C.M., Ph.D.
Developing Vincentian Leaders through Service Learning
Marilynn P. Fleckenstein Ph.D.
Poverty Reduction Initiatives at the Universidad de Santa Isabel: Vincentian Seeds of Hope
Maria Asuncion G. Evidente D.C., Nenette L. Abrigo Ph.D., and Virginia C. Reyes Ph.D.
Poverty Reduction—A Vincentian Initiative in Higher Education: The All Hallows Experience
Dorrie Balfe O.P., MA and John Joe Spring MA, Dip.Th.
Saint Vincent de Paul and the Mission of the Institute for Business and Professional Ethics: Why Companies Should Care About Poverty
Patricia H. Werhane Ph.D., Laura P. Hartman J.D., and Scott P. Kelley Ph.D.
Subsidiarity and Global Poverty: Development from Below Upwards
Scott P. Kelley Ph.D.
Vincentian University Partnerships for Urban Poverty Reduction
Marco Tavanti Ph.D., Merlinda A. Palencia, and Margaret Guzzaldo
Undergraduate Program in Eastern Africa for Adults Serving the Poor
Susanne M. Dumbleton Ph.D.
What Would Vincent Study Abroad? Option for the Poor and Systemic Change for the Development of Socially Responsible Leaders
Marco Tavanti Ph.D. and Heather Evans M.S.
Committed to Poverty Reduction and Spiritual Growth: Vincentian Communities of Reflection, Action, and Solidarity
Karl Nass and Siobhan O'Donoghue
Saint Vincent de Paul's Response to Poverty of Spirit
Yvonne Pratt-Johnson Ed.D.
"In the Footsteps of Monsieur Vincent: Diary of an Ordinary Professor"
Annalisa Sacca Ph.D.
Afterword: Vincentian Higher Education and Poverty Reduction
G. Gregory Gay III, C.M.