Can you imagine any connection between the critically acclaimed movie “Little Women”, the Foundation of the Vincentian community, and the celebration of Martin Luther King’s life?
Vincentians can be the storytellers to policy makers and others who may never “see” poverty in all of its forms.
We may see…but do we see as God sees?
Former Superior General, Fr. Maloney, has spoken of his dreams for the fifth century of the Vincentian Charism. This post is an introduction to his earlier book, “The Dawn of a New Century”.
Listening to “A Daring Prudence,” Fr. Robert Maloney’s overview of the development of the Vincentian Family, evoked metaphors from photography.
As we celebrate the 2020 gathering of 100 branches of the Vincentian Family Tree may others know us by the fruits of our love.
Here is a list of videos posted on Facebook for the first two days.
Are we aware of the changing landscape of poverty and new needs? Do we need to update our mental maps?
Do we realize that our lives preach?
Some 200 leaders of 100 Branches of the Vincentian Family Gather in Rome – Why?