He bent his burning head low upon the cold steps of Saint Vincent de Paul, and resolved to renounce the world.
You have been Sardanapalus, you have been Vincent de Paul—it makes no difference.
The "Relations" were continued under the direction of Vincent de Paul.
On the first page, under a medallion containing a likeness of Saint Vincent de Paul, were the printed prescribed forms.
With Maynard for secretary, she had also Vincent de Paul, young in those days, for her chaplain.
Flattering historians have concealed the sore, but have divulged the remedy, Vincent de Paul.
How faithfully these traits portray the true daughter of the humble Vincent de Paul!
The judge then became the Saint Vincent de Paul of these grown-up children, these suffering toilers.
Religion rejoices serenely, with joy unspeakable, in the final escape of Vincent de Paul.
Vincent de Paul takes the place of a convict at the galleys that he may restore a father to his children.