“Servants and prophets of the living God” – Theme for Roman Curia… and for followers of Vincent and Louise
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Many forms of examination of conscience
20 years after the genocide in Rwanda, reconciliation still happens one encounter at a time. The New York Times offers a photographic essay of victim and aggressor. “Last month, the photographer Pieter Hugo went to southern Rwanda, two decades after nearly a million people were killed during the country’s genocide, and captured a series of unlikely, […]
This week’s Lenten reflection on the Sunday readings is provided by Carol Schumer, D.C., Spiritual Coordinator, Ladies of Charity, Archdiocese of St. Louis, MO. At the conclusion of the reflection she suggests…TRY THIS TODAY Recall a painful experience that led to blessings for you. Give praise andthanks to God for this practical example of life through death. Then share your resulting faith-filled perspective and hopeful attitude with others at home and in your […]
A Mindful Presence Lenten Reflection by Fr. Derek Swanson, C.M. (eVincentian Newsletter) The other day, I was riding a commuter train and noticed that all of my fellow passengers were focused on using their smart phones, iPads, laptops, or other electronic devices. No one appeared to be interacting, intentionally or unintentionally, with others around them. It struck me […]
The website of the Ladies of Charity USAAIC-LCUSA offers a reflection prepared by Sister Camille Cuadra, DC, for the 4th Sunday of Lent.
The Ladies of Charity website thanks Jude Magers, Vincentian Spiritual Moderator, Ladies of Charity- Indianapolis, for this meditation on the Sunday Mass readings for the Third Sunday of Lent.
This Lent, remember those who go without food – and help us tackle hunger This is the appeal from the Church Poverty website in the United Kingdom. The following contains much food for thought (pun intended) for people outside the United Kingdom and seems to enter into the spirit of the Lenten reading which ask […]
The Vincentian Marian Youth write “As we approach the 2014 Lenten season, we invite you to make a special effort with regard to this campaign. If each members were to contribute one 1 Euro (about$1.40) as their Lenten sacrifice, we would achieve another 12% of our goal. With the matching fund we could make that […]
The LCUSA website offers SZr. Margaret John Kelly’s reflections for the second Sunday of Lent. The reflection concludes with an invitation… Select one difficult experience or suffering in your life which turned out to be a blessing because in faith you followed the Lord’s map for the journey. Trace this transfiguration from suffering to resurrection. Be grateful!