“Celebrating the Legacy of Vincent de Paul” – images

Our exhibit, Celebrating the Legacy of Vincent de Paul, is now open and will be on display through October 15. If you are in the Emmitsburg area, feel free to stop by. Exhibits are free and open to the public on Wednesday afternoons from 1PM to 4:30 PM.

Vincent exhibit, overview

Vincent de Paul exhibit, now on display in Gallery 1

Vincent Conferences

Editions of Vincent de Paul’s conferences in five languages: English, French, Spanish, Korean, and Thai.

Vincent bust by McLean

Bronze bust of Vincent de Paul by Lachlan McLean, of New Orleans

Vincent and faces of the poor

Drawing of Vincent de Paul, comprised of a collage of faces representing the poor, by Sr. Ellen LaCapria, D.C.

Vincent, DC, and foundling

Bust showing Vincent with a Daughter of Charity and a foundling, from the collection of St. Vincent Infant Home, Chicago, IL

Vincent reliquary

Vincent de Paul reliquary

1828 hospital ledger, pages

Pages from the first Catholic hospital west of the Mississippi, founded in 1828 and later named DePaul Hospital.


Filed under Exhibits, Vincent de Paul

3 responses to ““Celebrating the Legacy of Vincent de Paul” – images

  1. Bozel, Sister Rita

    I saw the exhibit this morning. It is very interesting and informative.
    Thank you.
    Sister Rita


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