Feast Day – January 22
Born in Rome in 1795, St. Vincent became a priest and dedicated himself completely to God and cared for souls. He dreamed of gaining for Christ all non-Catholics. He founded guilds for workers, agriculture schools, loan associations, orphanages and homes for girls – all of which made him the pioneer and precursor of Catholic Action.
Catholic Apostolate Center Director, Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C. discusses the patron saint of the Center and the impact that his spirituality and vision is having in the Church today through the Union of Catholic Apostolate. He provides a short history of the life of St. Vincent Pallotti, and the spirituality of the Pallottines in all their forms, manifested in the wholeness of the Union.
Click on link below to watch special presentation from Fr. Frank Donio.