What gave her the strength to minister through three waves of a pandemic?
Articles in Formation
This is an extraordinary month of May, we have seen things occur this month that never before in our lives have we experienced.
Blessed Rosalie Rendu, D.C. was able to control her emotions and remain calm and unshakeable as she organized relief services for her “beloved poor” struck down by disease.
“Be merciful, as your Father is merciful” (Luke 6:36). Sounds a lot like “Pay it forward.”
Looking at some of Frederic Ozanam’s experiences during the cholera pandemic of his time, we can draw many parallels with our situation today.
Part III of “Prayer according to Saint Vincent de Paul”
I know that wherever I go in this world, and certainly in the 156 countries in which the Vincentian Family are present, I can feel instantly at home.
Part II of “Prayer according to Saint Vincent de Paul”
Today we want to offer you this article: “Prayer according to Saint Vincent de Paul” that will be presented in parts over three days in a row.
A presentation telling the story of the first establishment of the Congregation of the Mission by St. Vincent de Paul and its founding patroness, Madame de Gondi.
We can learn much from those who wrestled with the upheavals in their lives as recorded in our family album called the Acts of the Apostles.
So…where do I stand? Where do you stand on ending homelessness? I invite all of us to ask ourselves this question!