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Welcome to Southern Indian Province

The Congregation of the Mission is a society of apostolic life, composed of priests and lay brothers, founded by Saint Vincent de Paul in Paris on April 17, 1625. The members of this Congregation are known as Paules in Spain, Lazarists in France, and Vincentians in other countries. Our mission is to follow Jesus Christ, evangelizing the poor. Read more

Scripture says

"The LORD brings death and makes alive; he brings down to the grave and raises up.?The LORD sends poverty and wealth; he humbles and he exalts.?

1 Samuel 2:6-7

The kingdom of God is peace in the Holy Spirit; He will reign in you if your heart is at peace. So, be at peace, Mademoiselle, and you will honor in a sovereign way the God of peace and love.

Message from Provincial

Dear friend in Jesus,
May the Grace of our Lord be with you always!
We, Vincentians group, are committed to follow the way our founder St. Vincent de Paul taught us. Feel free to read about our mission at Southern Indian Province

Notice board   Note

  • Provincial assembly Jan 7,2019 to 12th Jan,2019 week
  • Oct 16,17&18: Three days seminar for superiors
  • First Batch of Retreat from 4th Oct to 9th Oct
  • Second Batch of Retreat from 18th Oct to 23rd Oct

  B'Days today

    Fr. J. Arockia Doss
Fr. Libin

Vincentians at education

Great aim of our education is to bring out of the child who comes into our hands all his abilities, his powers, his capacities. South Indian Province directly empowers more than 8500 children through our educational institutions.

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Social Empowerment

Social empowerment is understood as the process of developing a sense of autonomy and self-confidence, and acting individually and collectively to change social relationships. Vincentians of south province carry out this in three different wings.

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Our Parish Mission

Almost 400 years ago St. Vincent de Paul founded the Congregation of the Mission also knows as Vincentians to lead catholic parishes in mission and renewal. Today south Indian Province serve in 22 parishes in India.

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