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Identify some of the activities and programs under taken by S.V.P. Explain how their work fulfils the commandment - ' Love they neighbour'.

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Identify some of the activities and programs under taken by S.V.P. Explain how their work fulfils the commandment - ' Love they neighbour'... St. Vincent de Paul is a voluntary Christian society; the society uses teachings from the gospel and catholic social values - attempting to live following god's guide - ' to love God and to love thy neighbour.' S.V.P works with poor and disadvantaged people and works of charity are not alien to the society and are involved in a wide range of activities to aid and support those in need. The society operates a strategy of support and friendship, promotes self-sufficiency and works for social justice. ...read more.

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The younger generations are taken on camping trips and adventures and some make pilgrimages to Lourdes. Another aspect of development is the provision of housing projects in Ireland. The projects are groups of houses and apartments placed in local areas to provide for the needs of vulnerable people or older men and women who require supported long term accommodation. Voluntary members who provide support and a caring service for those in need of help and use the society to improve their options manage all of these schemes. People who come to SVP in need whether its financial, emotional or practical can all be assured of help because in the image of Jesus SVP celebrates compassion and open opportunity for all. ...read more.

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For example paying bills on time - earning correctly - budget management. The key factor is not to patronise but to be able to fully Informed of the circumstances then being able to aid correctly. Overall SVP are detrimental to helping those in need to regain their own normality and rebuild the link between them and society or even between them and loved ones. SVP achieve their goals as instead of people being self-destruction it improves productivity and the success of peoples lives in general. Therefore SVP do fulfil the commandment to love thy neighbour as all their work is focused on helping and giving a comfort and compassionate place to be able to grow and progress . ...read more.

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