We hope that everything will be all right and then, like a bolt from the blue, an unexpected problem arises. Our expectations clash painfully with reality.
Articles in Formation
Everything you thought you knew about the homeless population is wrong, at least if your source is the one most people cite- the media or your own personal experience.
Whenever I have taught the Epistles of Paul or instructed lectors on these texts, I emphasize that one must read these letters as if they were addressed to oneself and to a Christian community gathered to hear them.
I thought I was finished with the feast of the Epiphany for this year. Then I read the text of Pope Francis’ homily on the feast.
Jesus is Good News to the poor. To be such news is his program as the One that the Father has anointed with the Holy Spirt and sent. True to what the voice from heaven told him at his baptism, the Son takes up the Servant’s program. We heard two Sundays ago that...
The Daughters of Charity should consider the poor as their lords and masters…
Fr. Rooney reflects on human dignity in Catholic Social Teaching, as described by former Vincentian Superior General Robert P. Maloney, C.M.
Our relationships shape who we are — the good relationships and the difficult ones. Mother Seton’s life was filled with difficult relationships that left her wounded.
The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth invite you and your congregation to join us for a virtual book discussion and conversation with the author of “Under the Sky We Make: How to be Human in a Warming World,”
Vincent’s Village, a 93-unit Affordable Senior Development in Nanuet, N.Y., by the Sisters of Charity Housing Development Corporation, was dedicated on September 14 and is now fully occupied.
I have rarely if ever, thought of a 21st century 8-year-old as a Jesus figure.
A gift – something given over freely, with good will and coming not from obligation but from good will and esteem. It raises the question: of all the gifts to receive, which would be the most valuable and precious?