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Tom Judge, chaplain with DePaul’s Division of Mission and Ministry, makes opening remarks during the Saint Vincent de Paul Heritage Week Luncheon hosted by the Division of Mission and Ministry.
Beatriz Ponce de León, the city of Chicago’s deputy mayor of Immigrant, Migrant and Refugee Rights, right, and Pastor Billy Evans, the city of Chicago’s Chief of Faith Engagement, also spoke during the luncheon.
Professors Sioban Albiol, left, and Shailja Sharma, co-directors of the DePaul Migration Collaborative, make remarks during the Saint Vincent de Paul Heritage Week Luncheon.
Zainab Bah, originally from Sierra Leone and the mother of 5 children, crossed into the United States one year ago and is currently seeking asylum. Bah spoke about her journey, crossing the border, her trip to Chicago and how she has received support and assistance here as she looks to the future for herself and her family.
DePaul faculty, staff and students celebrate Vincentian Heritage week at the traditional breakfast hosted by the Division of Mission and Ministry.
Sulin Ba, Dean of the Driehaus College of Business, was the keynote speaker at the annual Vincentian Heritage Week breakfast.
Students, faculty and staff participate in table discussions focused on the Vincentian personalism during the luncheon.
Driehaus College of Business Dean Sulin Ba and President Rob Manuel listen to the results of group discussions centered on how the DePaul community lives out the Vincentian mission.
DePaul students, staff and faculty attend the Division of Mission and Ministry’s annual Vinny Fest.
Students, staff and faculty answer trivia questions about St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac to win prizes at the Vinny Fest.
Students enjoying the "Pin the Beanie on St. Vinny" game at the annual celebration to honor our namesake.
Saints in the sky! Students playing St. Louise de Marillac and St. Vincent de Paul enjoy the bungee jump attraction at this year's Vinny Fest.
Students attend the Loop Mini Vinny Fest on Sept. 29 in the DePaul Center concourse.
Vinny Fest is a DePaul tradition to honor and celebrate St. Vincent de Paul’s legacy with fun, games, photos with Vincent, t-shirts, free food, and more!
The DePaul community celebrated St. Vincent de Paul Heritage Week across the Lincoln Park and Loop Campuses September 24 – 29. Students, faculty and staff enjoyed a Loop Mini Vinny Fest, the annual St. Vincent de Paul Prayer Breakfast, and a day of games, fun and connection to the mission at the traditional Lincoln Park Vinny Fest held to honor the university's namesake. (Photos by Jeff Carrion and Kathy Hillegonds / DePaul University)