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A Vincentian View: The Synod and the Spirit

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. 

Pope Francis – Magi School of Seekers Visiting Professor

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.

Program of the One Anointed with the Spirit

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...

Vincentian Prayer Images: One of the Great Saints of History XVI

The Daughters of Charity should consider the poor as their lords and masters…

Live by the Spirit (Gal 5, 16)

Sixth Sunday of Easter (C), May 5, 2013 - Acts 15, 1-2. 22-29; Rev 21, 10-14. 22-23; Jn. 14, 23-29 The devil induced an apostle to betray Jesus.  The father of lies filled the hearts of Ananias and Sapphira that they blatantly lied, although the couple belonged to the...

Praying with St. Louise

Praying with St. Louise

Father Corpus Delgado, CM  concludes his insightful article on the prayer of St. Louise with three practical suggestions … suggestions that can encourage us, as members of the Vincentian Family, to continue to develop a life of prayer. 1] In the area of prayer we...

Friendship within the Church

Jesus says aloud what the disciples are sensing, “My children, I will be with you only a little while longer.”  He speaks to them tenderly.  He wants his last gestures and words etched on their hearts:   “I give you a new commandment:   love one another; as I have...

Behold, I make all things new (Rev 21:5)

Fifth Sunday of Easter (C), April 28, 2013 - Acts 14:21-27; Rev 21:1-5a; Jn. 13:31-33a, 34-35 God is beauty ever ancient and ever new, confesses St. Augustine.  Following this Augustinian example and guided by “God is love,” we can profess that God is love that is...

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