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The St Vincent De Paul in Ireland

170 Years of Fighting Poverty

ISBN13: 9781848402560

ISBN10: 1848402562

Publisher: New Island Books (20 Oct 2014)

Extent: 14.1 x 2.2 x 22.2 cm

Binding: Paperback

Size: 216 pages

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  • Few organisations have the breadth, scope and history of involvement in Irish life and culture of the St Vincent de Paul. Run primarily by volunteers and with a small national staff, the SVdP has remained highly regarded and widely admired by the public, even as other institutions have fallen by the wayside.

     

    In this new book, various contributors bring their experiences within the society to life, exploring the society up and down the country and across all kinds of activities. A fascinating glimpse of an organisation that has been an integral part of Irish life for nearly two centuries.

  • Joe Dalton


    Joe Suffered for thirty one years from deep depression. On the 15th of September, 1975 he was healed very dramatically and had a personal encounter with God which changed his life and priorities. He has spoken at many international charismatic conferences in different countries.


    Tom MacSweeney



    Bill Lawlor



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The St Vincent De Paul in Ireland