Vincent’s Table is a new collaborative outreach of the Sisters of Charity of New York and the College of Mount Saint Vincent that provides nutritious food to neighbors in need.
Articles in Formation
In her visitation journey to Elizabeth, Mary was simply “paying her gift forward” by offering her elderly cousin much welcomed assistance.
Jesus is the best and the fullest of God’s manifestations to us humans. It is enough to see and know him to see and...
Fr. Aidan Rooney, C.M. presents a short video series on Blessed Frederic Ozanam, one of the principal thinkers of the Vincentian Way.
Learn about the Association of the Miraculous Medal in Ireland in this video produced by Vincentian Family Ireland.
The most effective reporters highlight the impact on the life and concerns of a viewer. Pope Francis seems to instinctively do the same.
I would like to examine the relationship between trauma, poverty and (systemic) racism over my next three articles. Part One discusses trauma.
We all know Pope Francis is advocating for “listening church.” How might listening apply in our efforts with the homeless community?
When you hear that someone is “acting out” it usually isn’t heard as a compliment.
Here I reflect on a “prequel” to the very first council, the Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15). I will also fast-forward to the two-year-long “sequel” taking place right now.
Jesus is the King that God has raised. Hence, his kingdom is not from this world of lies. And he expects his disciples to be kingly witnesses to the truth as he. Jesus says before Pilate that he is King. But he makes clear his kingdom is not of this world. It is...
“…the Kingdom of God is near and that Kingdom is for [the poor].”