Ozanam Orientation is the program of formation for members of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. The Rule of the Society states:
“It is essential that the Society continually promote the formation and training of its members and Officers, in order to deepen their knowledge of the Society and their spirituality, improve the sensitivity, quality and efficiency of their service to the poor and help them be aware of the benefits, resources and opportunities that are available for the poor.”
(Rule: Part 1, 3.12).
The purpose of Ozanam Orientation is to introduce new members, and reacquaint existing members, with our mission and identity. The presentation engages participants in an overview of the Society’s history, spirituality, structure and works. Participants are introduced to the perspectives of those in poverty as well as training on making home visits. Attendance is required for those who are new to the Society in the last 12 months and those who have never attended previously.
Evansville Ozanam Orientation 2024
WHEN: Spring Session – Saturday, April 13
Fall Session – Saturday, October 26
Doors open at 8:30 AM for registration, coffee & donuts
WHERE: St. Joseph School – Celestine Center
Entrance on east side of school building
427 S. Stormont Street – Princeton, IN 47670
Please fill out the form below to register!