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Pardon Your Servant

“Pardon your servant, Lord. Please send someone else,” (Exodus 4:13). Moses’s words at the burning bush have always resonated with me, in younger years before I appreciated the audacity of his request, I was struck by his humility and humanity. Moreover, I was inspired by how God used a person who clearly does not identify […]

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Lenten Reflection: Resurrection Faith

During Lent we orient ourselves toward Jerusalem/Calvary, where we’ll follow Jesus through the last week of his life. This Slideshare, based on one of the Lenten letters of Fr. Robert Maloney, C.M., invites each of us to ponder our own life and death. Español · Français St. Vincent’s correspondence says a lot about being vigilant […]

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Walking with Mary in Lent

Walking With Mary during Lent: 10 Little Steps

We’re all looking to refresh our Lenten practices. As Family with a deep devotion to the Blessed Mother, why not walk the 40 days with Mary? Kathleen Beckmann writes: Mary enriches our spiritual journey always. Perhaps we can consider living the Lenten season with Mary as fulfilling our Marian consecration also. How do we walk […]

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Advice from Saint Vincent

When St. Vincent and St. Louise co-founded a new type of religious community, the Daughters of Charity, in 1633: Louise was the prime organizer for the fledgling community, but Vincent, with his spirituality, his warm heart, and his great common sense, played an essential role in training the women.” – from Praying With Vincent de […]

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