Slide presentation based on the article “Mental Prayer: Yesterday and Today – Some Reflections on the Vincentian Tradition” by Father Robert P. Maloney, C.M.
Before we tackle that question … who framed that question?
Father José María Román, C.M. explains why Saint Vincent de Paul is to be considered a key figure in the history of the holiness of the Church. (Part 3 of 3)
Each year at St. John’s University we celebrate Founder’s Week from September 20-27.
Have you ever wondered what it would take for you to be St. Vincent de Paul?
Have you heard the expression “Pray with the bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other?”
"The originality of his version of Christianity is [a] reason that makes Saint Vincent de Paul one of the great saints in history." - José María Román, C.M. [slideshare...
Jesus is the firstborn from among those who do what is true and come to the light, so that there is no doubt that their works are just. No doubt, we have to love in deed and truth. The second son in the parable says “yes,” but he does not do what the father asks. No...
Share your thoughts on a weekly image of artwork made by members of the Vincentian Family.
Fr. José María Román, C.M. speaks to us about the religious experience of Saint Vincent de Paul.
St. Vincent de Paul and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton weren’t holy card or fairy-tale figures, but flesh and blood human beings who struggled with earthly dreams.
Fr. Rooney talks about St. Vincent de Paul during the month of September, also known as “Vincentian Month”. This episode is called “Matters of the Heart”.