A Wheel or a Ladder?

A Wheel or a Ladder?

A video insight into the concept of systemic change as breaking the cycles of poverty. read more

What Are Elements Of Structural Racism?

What Are Elements Of Structural Racism?

What might be "Socially Acceptable" and "Not Socially Acceptable" elements of "structural" racism. read more

A Wide-Angle Lens On the Cries of the Poor

A Wide-Angle Lens On the Cries of the Poor

The earth herself, burdened and laid waste, is among the most abandoned and maltreated of our poor; she “groans in travail” (Rom 8:22) read more

Learning From God’s Model Of Changing History

Learning From God’s Model Of Changing History

What can we learn about being chang agents from imitating God’s model of bringing about a change in our ways of thinking? read more

There has got to be a better system!

There has got to be a better system!

We must think of the bigger picture beyond and own immediate needs and even beyond first aid measures as important as they are. read more

The Vincentian Family In Time-lapse Photography

The Vincentian Family In Time-lapse Photography

Listening to "A Daring Prudence," Fr. Robert Maloney’s overview of the development of the Vincentian Family, evoked metaphors from photography. read more

Let’s Talk Openly About the Challenge of St. John Paul II

Let’s Talk Openly About the Challenge of St. John Paul II

“Search out more than ever, with boldness, humility, and skill, the causes of poverty and encourage short and long term solutions. adaptable and effective concrete solutions." St. John Paul II read more

Our Declaration of Independence – An Examination of Conscience

Our Declaration of Independence – An Examination of Conscience

Reading our "declaration of independence" can serve as an examination of conscience on the struggles in living out this declaration over the two and a half centuries since then. read more

If You See Something Good, Say Something Good!

If You See Something Good, Say Something Good!

It is all too easy to fall into the trap of sharing bad news. Rather... let's SHARE GOOD NEWS! Affirm it, publicize it when we see it! read more

I Can’t Help Every Homeless Person!

I Can’t Help Every Homeless Person!

Have you ever walked past a homeless person lying on his back on the sidewalk? Did it stir up any mixed feelings? Maria Shriver shares an incident in her life. read more

How are we followers of Vincent at doing dishes?

How are we followers of Vincent at doing dishes?

“Everybody wants a revolution, but nobody wants to do the dishes.” read more

Questions Leading to “Metanoia” or Changing our Way of Thinking

Questions Leading to “Metanoia” or Changing our Way of Thinking

One of the big challenges many of us face is not only to think beyond ourselves. We also need to change the way we think about how we serve the needs of our sisters and brothers. read more

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