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Fr. Robert Maloney’s keynote address “The Vincentian Way…400 Years of Vincentian Charism…The Year of Welcoming the Stranger”  will be livestreamed Thursday  from the Annual Meetinbg of the Society of st. Vincent de Paul.
From their press release…
This year, those who are unable to attend the SVdP National Assembly in Tampa, will have the opportunity to be a part of the events.
Four events at this year’s National Assembly will be livestreamed for those at home to view. Just click on the link below at the time if the event. Be sure to refresh your browser if the livestream does not start.
The following events will be live-steamed:
  • Thursday, August 31
    • SVdP President Sheila Gilbert Welcome / Address: 8:40 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. EDT
    • Keynote Presentation by Fr. Robert Maloney: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. EDT
  • Friday, September 1:
    • Spiritual Retreat by Dr. Leonard Doohan: 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. EDT
  •  Saturday, September 2:
    • New SVdP President Ralph Middlecamp Address: 8:45 p.m. to approx. 10:00 p.m. EDT
Just because you can’t make it to Tampa, doesn’t mean you can’t be a part of this transformative experience! Be sure to tune in!
Questions? Contact:
Michele Schurk
Events Coordinator
314-576-3993 ext. 223
 Born in Brooklyn, New York and attended St. John’s Preparatory School.  Fr.  Maloney was ordained in May of 1966 and was Rector of Mary Immaculate  Seminary in Pennsylvania from 1970 – 1979.  Later he served as Superior at  Seminary in Niagara Falls, NY from 1979 – 1983.  And became Superior General  of Congregation of the Mission, Rome, Italy 1992 – 2004. Author of eight books: The Way of Vincent de Paul, He Hears the Cry of the Poor,  Seasons in Spirituality, Go: On the Missionary Spirituality of St. Vincent de Paul,  Turn Everything to Love: A Rule of Life for Lay Members of the Vincentian Family,  Faces of Holiness, and ‘Tis a Gift to be Simple, and A New Century Dawns: Hopes for the Vincentian Family.  Co-author of Seeds of Hope: Stories of Systemic Change. Many of these books have been translated into various languages, principally Spanish, French, Italian, and Portuguese.