Author: Andrew Rea

St. Vincent’s Handwritten Letters

In 1969, DePaul University acquired its first original, handwritten letter by St. Vincent de Paul (1581-1660), presented by the well-known book collector and DePaul alumnus Abel Berland. Since that time, through other generous gifts and judicious purchases, it has added to that first letter seven-fold. DePaul’s eight Vincent letters represents

Exploring Vincent’s Mediterranean – Opening Reception

Please join us at the John T. Richardson Library for the opening of Exploring Vincents Mediterranean: Western Europe and the Barbary Coast, 1580-1760, a joint exhibit from DePaul University’s Special Collections and Archives and The Society of Vincent de Paul Professors. During the lifetime of St. Vincent de Paul (1581-1660),

The Many Faces of Vincent: A New Digital Collection of Vincentian Holy Cards

DePaul University Libraries is proud to announce a new digital collection of over 200 Catholic holy cards featuring St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de Marillac, the Congregation of the Mission, and the Daughters of Charity. These cards span two centuries, feature several languages, and reveal the trends and shifts in the

March 4th, 2013: DeAndreis Rosati Memorial Archives Lecture, featuring Dr. Caroline Maillet-Rao

Please join us Monday, March 4th, for the Winter Quarter DeAndreis Rosati Memorial Archive Lecture, given by Dr. Caroline Maillet-Rao, entitled “Toward a New Reading of the Political Thought of the Devot Faction: the Opposition to Cardinal Richelieu’s Ministeriat.” A light lunch will be served prior to the talk.  When:

New Exhibit Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of The John T. Richardson Library

Stop by our newest exhibit on the first floor of the John T. Richardson Library, The Way of Wisdom: Building DePaul University Libraries opening February 8, 2013. September, 2012, marked the twentieth anniversary of DePaul University’s John T. Richardson Library. Opened in 1992, the Richardson Library was built to address