Please enjoy the following Christmas presentation, featuring the words of former Superior General Fr. G. Gregory Gay, C.M.
Let’s look at “Prayer in Motion” as seen in the life of St. Louise.
What can I do to live in a kingdom where all are truly welcomed as God has welcomed me?
In this reflection by Andrés Pato, CM, we see Mary as the model of who we should be, and of what we should do.
A brief history, a video, and a theme from their Book of Prayers: “Your life matters to me.”
The official prayer of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, as a video.
We must think of the bigger picture beyond and own immediate needs and even beyond first aid measures as important as they are.
According to St. Vincent de Paul, prayer is not really brought to completion unless it moves forward into resolutions for action.
Father Maloney offers a group of practical rules that experience teaches are helpful for those who want to pray.
Slide presentation based on the article “Mental Prayer: Yesterday and Today – Some Reflections on the Vincentian Tradition” by Father Robert P. Maloney, C.M.
A reminder of all the beautiful ways that prayer is described in the Lenten Letter of Fr. Tomaž Mavrič. May prayer be at the center of my life, as it was for St. Vincent de Paul, Mystic of Charity.
Prayer is like being in the presence of someone who loves us greatly. We spontaneously try to become like the beloved.