Charity is one of the three theological virtues (besides faith, through which we know God, and hope, through which we fully trust in God).
The Famvin Homeless Alliance is gathering information on all Vincentian homelessness ministries and placing them onto an accessible map.
During the cold nights of Bogotá, you can find groups of six people looking for people sleeping on the streets of the Colombian capital.
For us Vincentians, “welcoming the Word of God” is much more than simply reading biblical passages or the Sunday Gospel in the home of the assisted.
In each person we met, God was waiting for us, welcoming us and teaching us how to serve Him humbly.
Here we interview Father Salvatore Russo, Superior General of the Missionary Servants of the Poor.
We take care of our physique, of our intellect, of our food, clothing, housing, employability; But do we take care of the spirit as we should?
In Cali there is a large presence of the Vincentian Family. The conditions of extreme poverty of much of the population are alarming.
Terri and husband Tane immigrated to New Zealand from Kiribati islands in 2008 with their 2-year-old son. They initially lived with friends.
My contact with so many cases and stories of migrants over the last two years has made me reflect deeply…