- Vincent was keenly aware that education was a critical piece in knowing, loving and serving Jesus Christ. From his early years as a student at the University of Toulouse to his teaching at the famed Sorbonne in Paris, France - Vincent valued education.
- He began opportunities of retreat and learning for the local clergy, he founded and taught at seminaries in Paris, he educated the common person with whom he lived and served about the mission of Jesus Christ.
- Education continues to be an important choice in the life and work of Vincentian priests and brothers.
- Adamson University - Philippines
- Rev. Greg Banaga, CM Inaugural Address
- College of St. Elizabeth - Convent Station, New Jersey
- College of Mount St. Vincent - New York
- dePaul University - Chicago, Illinois
- Niagara University - Niagara, New York
- St.John's University - Jamaica, New York
- Universidad de Sta. Isabel Philippines
Vincentians in Higher Education
- Donald Harrington, CM President . St. John's University
- Dennis Holtschneider, CM President, De Paul University
- David O'Connell, C.M. President, Catholic University of America
- "The Religious College: Dying Light or New Dawning" David O'Connell, CM - President - Presentation at Harvard University, October 6, 2000
- "In the News"
Rev. Fr. Gregg L. Bañaga Jr., C.M. University President
The Vincentian Higher Education Apostolate in the United States Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M. Province of USA-East and Edward R. Udovic, C.M. Province of USA-Midwest
Address at the inauguration of the Vincentian Chair for Church and Society at St. John's University