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Fundraising Strategies: Stories from the Field Inspired by St. Vincent de Paul
Never-before-told stories of Vincentian organizations around the world, led by people who follow Vincent’s maxim: “It is not enough to do good, it must be done well.”

Mister Vincent
In this brief article, Dr. J. Patrick Murphy, C.M., connects the extraordinary leadership and management genius of Saint Vincent de Paul to the best practices of contemporary leaders. The link above will direct you to the printable version of the booklet and the clickable links at the end will direct you to a mobile friendy version of Mr. Vincent:

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Men in Ministry: Comparing Deacons and Candidates on Religiosity, Leadership, Personality, and Worship–Work Behaviors
In the present study, 424 men in formation (“candidates”) and a random sample of 424 ordained deacons reported their religious and spiritual attitudes, leadership styles, personality dimensions, and worship- and work-related behaviors. Ferrari, Joseph R. “Men in Ministry: Comparing Deacons and Candidates on Religiosity, Leadership, Personality, and Worship–Work Behaviors” Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health. Page 185-199 | Published online: 13 May 2016

Leading in the Legacy of Vincent de Paul: Reflections on Vincentian Leadership Today
This publication was made possible by a grant from the Vincentian Endowment Fund. Individuals engaged in the promotion of the Vincentian charism through leadership and contributions to the community graciously wrote the reflections in this book. To read this book electronically, click on the title above.

Authentic Leadership by Example: Ethical Development Through Mimesis at DePaul University
Presented at The 17th Institute on College Student Values "College Student Conduct in a Consumer Age: Is Higher Education Doing Enough to Teach, Model, and Monitor Student Ethical Behavior on Campus?" Center for the Study of Values in College Student Development at Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida: February 8-10, 2007.

Engaged Vincentian Leadership: The Values and Competencies That Inspire Leaders to Serve in the Footsteps of St. Vincent de Paul
Journal of College and Character, VOLUME VIII, NO. 1, November 2006. The article was written by Marco Tavanti.

Vincentian Heritage Journal
Volume 23-25 Number 2, Volume 26 Number 1, 2005. Conference Papers presented to Vincent on Leadership: The Hay Project. Volume contains 13 papers that explore Vincentian leadership and organization, non-traditional cross-cultural leadership and Vincentian leadership in action.

Servant Leadership In the Manner of Saint Vincent de Paul
This paper discerns the similarities between Vincent de Paul and Robert K. Greenleaf regarding how they approached service and leadership by J. Patrick Murphy, C.M., Ph.D. Vincentian Heritage: Vol. 19, Number 1, 1998 (released February, 2001).​​