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A religious order, founded in France at the priory of St Lazare, Paris, in 1625 by St Vincent de Paul; properly known as the Congregation of the Mission (CM); also called the Vincentians. Originally missionaries to rural districts and educators of the clergy, they now have foundations worldwide.

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