Articles in Evangelization

A Wide-angle View – Vocations To the Charism

Fr. Mavric invites every member of the Vincentian Family to take one very concrete step; that is, every member is to bring one new candidate to one of the branches of the Vincentian Family.

I Know What the Poor Need and Want!

To be a missionary is to leave one’s proper world and one’s secure place in the world in order to enter the world of the other; it is to leave one’s place in order to enter the place of the poor and to accompany the poor with the gospel.

Vincentians Then and Now – Dodging Rocks With Immigrants

The first Vincentian priests in the U.S. stood with immigrants dodging the rocks thrown by jeering Know Nothings who opposed them.

Mary’s Digital Home “Liked” By Almost 3 Million People

Do you know the address of the Facebook page that has been “liked” by 2.9 million people?

Vincentian approach Evangelization

Vincentian approach Evangelization

“It was clear to Vincent de Paul (just as it is clear to us) that it is useless to tell people that they are children of God and that Christ died for them if those people are dying of hunger, if society continues to heap scorn upon them, and if dogs are treated better than people who are poor. Again, we must understand that the process of evangelization demands action as well as words.”

Parish as Evangelizing community

Your Parish As The Light Of Christ Online Catholic Tech Talk writes ... “Come and see.” says so much in regards to the goal of evangelizing doesn’t it?  Come and see.  Not “convince”, but just come and see because we know you’ll be amazed. "It’s amazing and speaks...

Pope lifts up other face of Middle east

John Allen writes,  "Some papal trips are important for their substance, while others matter more for their symbolism. Benedict XVI’s Sept. 14-16 outing to Lebanon fell into that second category, showing the world a different face of the Middle East in a moment of...

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