A Vincentian View: Seeing and Believing

A Vincentian View: Seeing and Believing

A Vincentian View: Seeing and Believing Two words seem to emerge regularly in our Gospel readings of the Easter Season: one word is “seeing” and the other is “believing.”  I think these powerful words go together as we think about the way in which we express and grow...

A Vincentian View: Seeing and Believing

A Vincentian View: Windows on St. Joseph

A Vincentian View: Windows on St. Joseph On many occasions, I have mused on the beautiful stained glass windows in our St. Thomas More Church on the Queens’ campus of St. John’s University.  Sometimes, I will go to the Church to pray, and my attention gets drawn to a...

A Vincentian View: Seeing and Believing

A Vincentian View: Hope in Ashes

A Vincentian View: “Hope in Ashes” When I play poker, I do so solely for enjoyment.  You can tell that by some of the games which I will play.  One may be familiar to you: “Blind Man’s Bluff.”  In this poker game, each player receives one card face down.  Then...

A Vincentian View: Seeing and Believing

A Vincentian View: An Examined Life

A Vincentian View: “An Examined Life” Socrates wrote: “The unexamined life is not worth living.”  The sentiment gives color and force to the desire for making a retreat, a nightly examen, a preparation for the sacrament of reconciliation, a heartfelt psalm of thanks. ...

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