Talk:Congregation of the Mission

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Superior General, Philippines[edit]

This article lacks so many facts, hence I added these most notable developments: this is a reply to the message to me[1] by User:Charles Matthews: Father G. Gregory Gay III, C.M., of Baltimore, is the incumbent worldwide superior general of the Congregation of the Mission, elected during the community's general assembly (June 5 - 29, 2004) in, Father G. Gregory Gay III,C.M

On November 8, 2007, Rev. David M. O’Connell, CM, president of Catholic University personally bestowed these Opus Prizes of over one millions dollars for systemic change projects to these Vincentian Family priests and, Fr. Norberto Carcellar, CM received $100,000 as a runner-up for the prize with his work for the homeless in the,Vincentian Family Triple Play Nets Over One Million, Catholic Activist Wins $1 Million For Helping Educate African, $1 Million Opus Prize Awarded in Honor of Brother Constant Goetschalckx
On 2008, the Vincentian family marks its 150 years in the Philippines. It is led by Fr. Bienvenido M. Disu, CM, Provincial, Fr. Gregorio Lapus Banaga, CM, President of Adamson University and Ozamiz, Mindanao Archbishop Jesus A. Dosado. It has a deacon, 5 incorporated brothers and 97 priests. Its most impressive work in its history is the housing program for hundreds of poor families.
In 1991, Fr. Carcellar, C.M., was assigned to Payatas. With his "Planning for a new homeSystemic Change Strategy," he organized Philippine massive home constructions, which he began by the savings program in Payatas dumpsite. Fr. Carcellar's "The Homeless Peoples Federation Philippines, Inc. (HPFPI)" provided slum dwellers of Iloilo City and Mandaue City, initiatives to survive poverty. On 2008, it promoted savings in Southeast Asia, since the Philippine Federation affiliated with an international network called “Slum/Shack Dwellers International.”, Trash dump dwellers to home, Systemic Change: Involve the poor at all stages--Florentino floro (talk) 07:19, 14 June 2008 (UTC)


If they're called Vincentians in English-speaking countries, why are we calling them Lazarists? john k (talk) 00:20, 4 July 2008 (UTC)

Further research: not even doing a search limited to English, "Vincentian" gets about ten times as many hits as "Lazarist" and "Lazarite" put together. john k (talk) 00:21, 4 July 2008 (UTC)

Anyone out there? I'm going to move to "Vincentians" in a few days if nobody shows up to object. john k (talk) 02:47, 7 July 2008 (UTC) ok — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 11:49, 24 September 2011 (UTC)