“Weeping over the state of labor.” As the United States and Canada celebrate Labor Day ...
Fr. John Rybolt, CM offer an overview and a reminder of the more than 15,000 ...
The death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and subsequent rioting is creating national headlines. ...
Claire, just 10 years old, had personally organized two fundraisers this summer.
The Ladies of Charity website reports on Mary Beth Legg, LOC, Los Angeles, CA and her visit a Daughter of Charity home for special needs children in Israel shortly before the outbreak of hostilities between Hamas and Israel.
On the first day of Pope Francis’ visit to South Korea he met with the Korean bishops, telling them to be one with the poor. However, some of his strongest advice was not reported at the time as several paragraphs from his talk were dropped in the official text distributed on the Korean bishops’ sponsored […]
The month of September marks many milestones across the Vincentian Family. This is a wonderful time for us to reflect on the growing spirit of collaboration among the many branches of the Vincentian Family.
Patricia Wittberg, a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati and professor of sociology at Indiana University-Purdue University, is one of the co-authors of New Generations of Catholic Sisters: The Challenge of Diversity.
In a thoughtful piece on the website of the Catholic Health Association Father Synder concludes “Pope Francis is changing the conversation — and he’s changing it for good.” He captures many of the paradoxes of this person who has rocketed to the top of the celebrity ranks.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much more a video showing the Ladies of Charity USA in action in the new LCUSA video section they have added to their website.
VinFormation, the site dedicated to VIncentian charism formation resources, offers a new eBook – Louise de Marillac, A Spiritual Woman
Game on! Presidents of dePaul and Niagara! The Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M., president of DePaul University takes the IceBucket Challenge and and challenges Father Jim Maher, C.M., president of sister university, Niagara University.
Archbishop Wenski describes US Bishops Labor Day Statement reiterating Pope Francis’ call for an inclusive economy Says college debt, lack of stable jobs keeping young people from starting families Calls for increased solidarity, more and better jobs, immigration reform